team meeting conversation

When there is a difficult issue to address with someone, do you . . .

  • talk to the person at the wrong time (like when you’re really angry)?
  • avoid the conversation as long as possible — and maybe forever — because you’re worried the person will be upset that you brought it up?
  • allow the conversation to go off track and become confusing and unfocused?
Whether you tend to be a “hard-nose” or a “marshmallow” — address issues in a way that is respectful and forthright.
Stop dragging your feet or losing your cool —  do it timely enough that any issues or misunderstandings are rectified before things get worse and potentially undermine team morale, productivity, and your expectations.


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