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November 2013
Hi Reader,

It's that time of year again...performance reviews!

It's never a fun time for employees or supervisors, especially when it comes to giving a negative review. But there are some things you can do to help get through. This month's Best Practice will share some tips on how to have a constructive performance conversation with your employee.

Best regards,

Bob Daniel
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HOW TO: Have a Performance Conversation With An Employee

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You've got an employee who isn't contributing their fair share. You know you need to address it. The rest of the team can tell this employee is a poor performer. If you don't do something, your credibility will suffer. But what do you say?

Here's an outline you can use as you think about the conversation you want to have with the employee.
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