Don't be afraid to tell people they're messing up

06/7/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Bosses shouldn't avoid giving negative feedback for fear of hurting feelings, writes Jane Perdue. After all, employees will feel far worse if they're fired due to problems that could have been fixed. "If you supervise people, speaking to them candidly and with care about their job-performance deficiencies is a must-have skill," Perdue writes.

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