Preventing or Avoiding Problems Before they Happen


If your employee has a small problem, you may feel like overlooking it or not talking to your employee about it. Avoiding confrontation now will only lead to bigger problems later.

As a manager, you should be working on continual improvement with your employees. By talking to your employees on a daily or regular basis, you can prevent or avoid big problems from happening. Bruce Tulgan talks about this in his video blog.

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