Relationships can be challenging. As professionals and performers (which you likely are if you are taking time to read this article), we want to excel ourselves and want those around us to do well too. When mistakes or failures happen, we know from GROWTH MINDSET, it is an opportunity to grow, learn and fail forward AND it can still be challenging especially if someone doesn’t know there was a problem or is not self-aware.
What do you do? As leaders, how do you tactfully yet clearly communicate in a way to speak accurately, not sugar coating, but not being negative, critical, or destructive? Here are 16 ideas from thee Forbes Coaches…. (my thoughts are in #10!)