It’s possible to be the best boss even when turning down employee’s or client’s requests – by understanding and appreciating what’s most important to them.
You may be the best boss or business owner on earth, but you will need to say no to your employees or clients from time to time. For any number of reasons, you may need to reject an idea, turn down a vacation request, or decline a raise. If you want the business to succeed, you can’t avoid these types of scenarios.
As a leader, you can communicate with effectiveness and grace when you deliver information with a person’s natural wiring in mind. With the knowledge of someone’s wiring, you can recognize and appreciate what matters to them – leaving your employees empowered.
In my May 2, 2017 webinar, How to Say No and Still Keep Employees Happy, hosted by Lorman Education, I’ll provide specific ways to say no based on your employee’s natural wiring (which you’ll be able to spot) that can improve workplace relationships, increase productivity, and strengthen employee morale.
In this webinar, you will be able to
- Distinguish between behaviors and biological wiring and how that influences communications.
- Identify the 4 elements of natural wiring.
- Recognize the cues to determine what matters most to employees.
- Distinguish the most optimal way to frame a ‘no’ that keeps the employee empowered and aligned with the answer.
P.S. When registering, use priority code 15999 and discount code E9374834.