7 steps to tell employees they aren't ready for a promotion

11/8/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

When employees want a promotion you don't think they're ready for, it's up to you to handle things sensitively, writes Karin Hurt. That doesn't mean sugarcoating; rather, it means giving clear feedback and concrete, actionable tips for improving. "Nurturing self-awareness is a gift. Help others to see themselves as others see them," Hurt advises.

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