We have all seen how an organization’s culture can directly impact someone. After exploring some effective methods for delivering criticism in Part 2, let’s look at the cultural implications related to effective criticism.
In our last installment, we introduced the concept of criticism using a fictitious encounter between a manager and subordinate. This extreme example of poorly-executed criticism allowed us to identify the three components of effective criticism: cultural setting, effectively transmitting the message, and effectively receiving the message. For those in leadership [...]
Bill just could not stand it anymore. He needed to relieve some pressure and Jim needed to learn to get his act together. Bill pulled Jim aside. “Jim, the problem is we have noticed your productivity is always lacking. You are the only one who is ever behind on [...]