I write about anything that can help leaders gain a snappy, specific set of skills for managing up and managing teams.
Do you have an employee or a peer who is in pain and needs some very honest advice?
In your battle-scarred life as a leader, knowing when and how to have a heart-to heart-talk is critical to your success and to help your employees stay focused and engaged.
However, having an effective heart-to-heart conversation is not something most companies provide on the job training for. And, who wants to prepare to have a heart-to-heart? No one.
Instead, we usually learn how to have them through trial and error, often making mistakes along the way.
In my work coaching leaders, I see that knowing how to have these intimate and oftentimes intense conversations is a necessary skill.
So, I’m going to show you a straightforward, foolproof way to cut to the chase so both you and your employees come out ahead in such conversations.
First, let’s talk about what we mean by a “heart-to-heart” conversation.
I define a heart-to-heart conversation...
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Even if you’re not a new manager, you may be surprised that you’ve never had some of these conversations. So, start talking, manager!
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