No one likes to have difficult conversations, but avoiding them can prevent a relationship from moving forward.
Can you think of one person that you need to confront about a specific situation? If you’re like most people, there are probably a few you can think of. You know the ones I’m talking about: The one you need to forgive, the relationship that has gone stale, the co-worker who slacks off and comes in late or the family member who needs to grow up and become a mature adult.
If you’re a leader, you simply cannot avoid difficult conversations. Unfortunately, not everyone initiates the “talk” during those crucial moments when it is most necessary.