Praise In Public, Criticize In Private Is WRONG
This guidance disagrees with the old notion of praise in public, criticize in private, and recommends more effective behaviors.
Most of us have heard the phrase, Praise in public, criticize in private. Based on the title of this show, it's pretty obvious we disagree with the ideas. We won't argue that it doesn't mean well. It suggests some principles that make sense on a basic level. But too many of us think of it as the Holy Grail of performance communications, and then make bad choices based on its flaws.
Let's find out what's right, and what's wrong.
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