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Let me share a story with you: Peter has been underperforming in his role for some time now. He has been with the business for just over two years, he passed his 6 month probation period with no reference to performance issues and his appraisal states no performance issues either. Peter's manager is getting increasingly frustrated with his relaxed 'attitude' to work and his colleagues are beginning to comment on him not 'pulling his weight'. The company wants to termninate his employment.
Whilst there is a solution to the above, it is either slower or more expensive than Jo would like (to avoid the risk of a claim at Employment Tribunal). This could have been managed quickly, positively and lawfully at a much earlier stage just by having the 'difficult conversation'.
Many of us dread the difficult, challenging conversation where we have to deliver difficult feedback, discuss a delicate subject, or talk about something that needs to change or has gone wrong. We can help you take control of these challenging situations and achieve a positive outcome!
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