Communicating Difficult Messages
It’s inevitable that at some point business owners, managers, or supervisors have to communicate a difficult message. This can range from layoffs or an employee’s termination to announcing your team has missed its sales goal. Often people try to soften the blow by using friendlier language rather than straight talk. Unfortunately, this tends not only to blur the line, but also to make a difficult situation worse.
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