This article is by Robert Bies, a professor of management at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business.
A J Coplon's insight:
This article offers good ideas for delivering bad news. I especially like the 10th commandment - thou shalt not surprise. If the news is a surprise, managment has dropped the ball in keeping employees up to date. And a very catchy title and concept for the article.
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