Our Hall of Fame guidance on how to share shortcomings in evaluations like reviews and interviews.
One thing many managers struggle with is telling someone they didn't do well, or meet a standard. When you're managing someone, the day-to-day performance communication answer is our Feedback Tool. But there are other situations where being direct is helpful but the Feedback Tool doesn't work. Here's one way to communicate shortcomings that is direct and reasonably inoffensive.
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