Giving constructive criticism that is effective is often a difficult task. Excessively harsh criticism can elicit a strong emotional reaction from the recipient. On the other hand, being too vague may result in the message being lost.
Roy Cohen, career coach and author of The Wall Street Professional’s Survival Guide, suggests that we should:
Determine if what you feel you need to say or do really warrants a correction. Are your employees just doing things differently and achieving the same, or even better, results?
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