The 1 Deadly Error Managers Make When Delivering Criticism
If you have attempted to get your people to help you resolve problems or to take on tasks in your business and you haven’t been successful, then you may be able to relate to this one fatal error that many managers make. If you’ve fumed, fussed, ranted, and raved but nothing worked, then you may well be guilty of trying to push people rather than pull them. You may be trying to order them to get involved instead of asking them to help.
Dale barked orders like an Army Sergeant running a basic training platoon. He would tell people what to do and try to push them into doing it, trying coercion. Unfortunately, when you push people, most push back. He failed to realize that what was really ...