Communicating with More Experienced Team Members by Kimberly Wiefling (Wiefling Consulting)

Business Team Discussing Work by Ambro(This article is first published in Japan in the English Journal by my agent ALC Global Leadership and Talent Development Division. Image courtesy of Ambro / FreeDigitalPhotos.net)

QUESTION:  “I’ve just started to manage a new department and I don’t know how to communicate with my more experienced subordinates. Some of them have worked for this department for more than 5 years and they know much more than me.  It’s not that they make light of me, or put me down or anything, but I’m very worried about what they think of me. What can I do?” Continue reading

The Power of Positive Comments by Kimberly Wiefling

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(This article is first published in Japan in the English Journal by my agent ALC Global Leadership and Talent Development Division.)

QUESTION:  “I have trouble making positive comments to my subordinates. All of them are so lazy and slow, and don’t achieve the results we need, so I have to outsource all of our work! Obviously there is nothing in their work to be praised, so I don’t feel it’s necessary to say good things to them.  And my boss has never said good things to me, so why should I praise others? What should I do?” Continue reading


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