Difficult conversations are easier if you cut to the chase

When forced to break bad news, simply say it, writes Peter Bregman. Long introductions and waffling apologies only make matters worse. "People are resilient. I'm usually more uncomfortable delivering a difficult message than the other person is receiving it," Bregman writes.

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