Communicate your intentions
Many a time at work or at home, we go through situations where we are not understood. We mean good but the way we say it, the listener gets it wrong. If he had only said: ‘I do what I do because I believe in you and I’m committed to your success’ before assigning a particular impossible or difficult task, then the bitter medicine becomes sweet.
Jill Geisler discusses this aspect of an ‘evil twin’ in a lucid manner. Communicate, communicate right and communicate right to the right person at the right time in the right tone is my mantra for managers to be successful. To Read on click here.