How managers confuse their staffers

05/11/2010 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Workforce

If you're a manager, be clear about when you're just "thinking aloud" and when you're issuing a directive, so that you don't confuse employees and cause them to possibly take the wrong action, Martha Finney writes. "Be your most candid with your power equals -- those whose jobs don't rely on making your whims a reality. With everyone else, watch your words," she writes.

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