That sends a signal to employees who are present that you will not be talking behind their backs, either. Also, avoid lacing your statements with judgmental words. Say what you see, rather than jumping right to your opinion. Pretend your eyes are cameras that take snapshots. Rather than declare, “Jim’s just not on top of things anymore,” say, “Jim’s memo contains three factual errors, and his presentation relied on last year’s outdated numbers.”
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