How Great Leaders Have Difficult Conversations

FranklinCovey Content Team

Having difficult conversations is an essential part of being a team leader. However, it can be intimidating to have these conversations. Before talking with your team member, here are some helpful tips on creating the best possible outcome for this conversation.

Leena Rinne shares what you should, and shouldn’t, do when it comes to difficult conversations.


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