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Tough Times? Try These Tactics to Communicate Bad News

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For many organizations, the end of June marked the close of the second quarter, traditionally a time to assess performance-to-plan and make adjustments where necessary.  Those “adjustments” sometimes can mean organizations need to communicate bad news to the workforce.

What can you do to ensure your wires don't get crossed?

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Tired of lethargy? Let employees have input

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When times get lean, we need all hands on deck to make sure that the work gets done and executed efficiently. Make sure your employees understand that they are the valued asset that you say they are. Let them have input and be your in-house experts.

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Acting on data builds trust, teamwork and an involved workforce

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Last month’s edition of Spectator-Free Workplace highlighted the value of measurement in a workforce communications program.  Identifying the key drivers of your communications program, measuring them and communicating them to your boss and your business’ management team are all important elements of maintaining an effective communications process – and keeping your job.