Employees respond better to kindness than curtness

04/11/2010 | BNET

Many executives mistakenly think they must be harsh and demanding to motivate their employees, despite decades of research to the contrary, writes Jeffrey Pfeffer. He suggests that executives fear being perceived as weak and as a result fail to use praise and other forms of positive reinforcement that are proven to bolster employee performance.

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