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8 steps to have those difficult conversations

An excerpt from No-Drama Leadership: How Enlightened Leaders Transform Culture in the Workplace. Although the ability to initiate difficult conversations is part of good leadership, I’ve never met a leader who enjoys it. Whether your conversation is about body odor, rude behavior, dress code, personal conduct or performance issues, difficult conversations are something that most of us avoid. In reality, the primary reason we avoid difficult conversations is that many of us lack the skills we need to handle such situations. As a health care leader, your intention must be about improving performance for the betterment of the practice, period. Anything else is just drama. I’m going to g...

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