What I love about an approach like Dr Bradberry has suggested is that if you know that conflict isn't really your thing - you can try some of these out.
The first thing to say is that mankind has been behaving badly since time began. It’s now just more obvious because we’re exposed to other people’s stories through social and
“Radical candor is humble, it’s helpful, it’s immediate, it’s in person — in private if it’s criticism and in public if it’s praise — and it doesn’t personalize.”
Of all the questions I get asked about managing people, this one would have to be at the top of the list. “How do I manage person x? They are just
So the thing about feedback is that we often think of our own discomfort in giving it. It feels awkward, uncomfortable. We worry what the other person might think of
It’s a tricky thing this communicating thing. As humans, we are wired to avoid conflict. And given that most of us are decent human beings, add to that a sense
How to have the uncomfortable discussion Today I witnessed not one, but two instances where people chose to have a conversation that they knew would be difficult. In both cases,