Hard Conversations

Maria Forbes of FIREPOWER Business Catalyst, LLC. is a member of XPX Atlanta
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Giving negative feedback is never easy and is even more challenging in a virtual work world. It’s always best to have difficult conversations in person; however, if that’s not an option, treat your team member with compassion and make sure you end the discussion with clear direction and expectations. Find out FirePower Teams‘ other recommendations on how to handle “Hard Conversations” here.

Updated: December 7th, 2021

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