• Kathy Andrews

How to Have Difficult Conversations with your Employees


There’s one conversation that’s more difficult than others—when an employee who has made positive contributions to the organization is, for whatever reason, underperforming.


You don’t want to fire the person, and you don’t want to demotivate them. It’s a delicate balance, and it can take a while to learn how to do it right.


Many praise a transparent and direct approach. But this isn’t always the most effective way.


Learn about the three-step process for conducting "the conversation".


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How to Have Difficult Conversations with your Employees