Join Todd Dewett for an in-depth discussion in this video Scheduling the meeting, part of Letting an Employee Go.
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Here's a great example of the need…to get the little details correct…when dealing with a difficult issue at work.…The need to speak to the person whom you wish…to let go in order to schedule the meeting…where you'll actually deliver the news.…Many bosses dread this interaction.…The decision has been made.…Mentally they've already begun to move on,…and so they sometimes don't continue…dealing with the matter in the same thoughtful way.…For example, this often results in managers…approaching the person out in the open…in front of others.…
Depending on how the person reacts…to the manager's suggestion that they need…to schedule a meeting,…things can get awkward quickly.…If so, you've just made things odd for that person,…and every other person who watched…the awkward exchange that you just initiated.…So how do you do this correctly?…First, let's think about when to do it.…First thing to know is that the date and time…of the termination meeting will have been…determined based on the person's ongoing work,…and the severity of the reasons for their termination.…
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- Reviewing legal issues
- Knowing when termination is appropriate
- Documenting performance problems
- Selecting the right time and place
- Delivering the news
- Telling the rest of the team<br><br>
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