Dr. Jeremy Lucabaugh’s Guideliness Will Help You Conduct “Critical Conversations”

In our professional life we dread and often avoid “difficult conversations,” so you will welcome the opportunity to hear advice from industrial/organizational psychology consultant Dr. Jeremy Lucabaugh–which he gives in the interview above, when I hosted him on my weekly “Biz Communication Show.”
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Jeremy’s advice will help you schedule those potentially confrontational meetings you have evaded:
–Telling an employee his failure to maintain good hygiene offends close-by colleagues
–Informing an employee that her attire does not fit the company culture
–Instructing a colleague on dining etiquette

Already, you have identified, I’m sure, other conversations you don’t want to have.

In the interview above, Dr. Lucabaugh explains why we even fear holding these encounters–then defines the steps that will help us remove potential stumbling blocks, and make genuine problem-solving progress.


You can access my other highly informative interviews with business communication experts in two ways:

–Subscribe to “The Biz Communication Show” on iTunes to hear the podcasts

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Call me today, to discuss your communication problems and challenges, and we’ll discuss how I can provide solutions that will help you communicate with “poise, persuasion–and profits.”

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