1. The Best Way To Deliver Bad News To Employees | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

    The Best Way To Deliver Bad News To Employees | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

    How you sound is more important than what you say when delivering bad news, according to science.

    No one likes bad news—neither the giver nor the receiver—but there is a way to make it a little easier on everyone involved. While words matter, your tone has a bigger influence on the way the information is received, according to a new study from Saarland University in Germany.

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    1. Once cynicism infects the work environment, employees are much less likely to be understanding or cooperative in the face of bad news.
    2. Individual reactions to bad news vary and feelings such as guilt, anger, shame, or remorse may surface unexpectedly.
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