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Discussing poor performance

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You may feel terrible when disciplining poor performers or discussing their inadequacies. That can lead you to say something nice to buck up their spirits. But your urge to express half-hearted compliments can muddy your message.

Your primary task is to describe their poor performance and how it needs to improve within a set time frame. Focus on making yourself clear rather than soothing their (and your) negative feelings.

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