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«Getting and clarifying information Building shared understanding Recognition and celebration Reinforcing values Building social bonds and trust»
One of the most common management mistakes is not providing clarity when people are wrong on important, invested efforts.
«So remember, much like many other management problems, trying to be “nice” where you should be clear is one of the worst things you can do. Make sure there’s no ambiguity when someone is wrong on a big thing. Be empathetic, be polite, but be clear.»
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