Why You Need to Hear the Bad News First
Surprises in business are not a good thing. For a manager and supervisor, surprises are always best when they come with some warning. Of course, that almost never happens. The good news is that facing a tough, unexpected situation head-on yields some of the best learning and experience you will ever get.
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