You’re mired in an uncomfortable relationship with a board member, your boss or a peer. In a situation like this one, a leader has some hard work to do, says executive coach Mary Jo Asmus. She likes to ask: “What is the conversation that you need to have with that person?”
Think about framing your intent, one that will further your understanding of the person. Next, envision a positive outcome. Then consider a question to start the conversation.
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