Avoid scaring employees by ditching these bad habits

Business owners can unknowingly scare employees and lower their productivity by constantly giving orders instead of expecting workers to figure out problems for themselves or holding unfocused meetings that leave people confused, Daniel Kehrer writes. Some owners also make the error of correcting employees before establishing a strong rapport or talking about problems instead of how to reach the desired outcome, he writes.

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