Join Scott Blanchard for an in-depth discussion in this video Reprimand vs. redirect, part of Stepping Up to Leadership.
…David Witt: Hey, now that we talked about, we used two words here.…We used reprimand and redirect.…Are those different things?…Is, is that and important distinction? Or are they the same thing?…Scott Blanchard: My dad always talked about a…reprimand, which is moderating somebody's behavior who knows better,…David Witt: Right, okay,…Scott Blanchard: So if somebody's doing something then and they, they should…know better, or they have been around long enough to know better.…David Witt: Right.…Scott Blanchard: Then a reprimand is appropriate.…But if somebody's still learning or…growing, then a redirection is appropriate.…David Witt: Okay, and what's the difference between the two?…What's a redirect basically?…Scott Blanchard: A redirect is, hey, you're doing this, I need you to do this.…
David Witt: Okay.…Scott Blanchard: And so it's, you're doing this, I need this.…David Witt: Okay.…Scott Blanchard: And then a reprimand is, you know, I need…you to, you're doing this, I need you to do this.…And I count on you, and you're one of my best people…
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