Leading Older Employees

Harvard Business Review

It takes just the right mix of thoughtfulness, tact and strategy on your part. Instead, communicate your confidence by sharing your ideas, initiatives and strategies openly. Or, " I want to get you up to speed on the Schiller project and fill you in on next steps. Give your colleagues or subordinates a voice and get them vested in the process by sharing ideas and stress-testing strategy. Communication Leadership Managing yourself

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