Management Communication: Jim Blasingame’s Big Question

What Wise Managers Say When An Employee Makes A Mistake
by Jim Blasingame

One of the most important aspects of a relationship between an employer and an employee is based on these two words: risk and redemption.

Every employee should have at least some level of authority to take a risk in the execution of their assignment. As this authority is acted on, mistakes will be made.

When that happens, the wise manager will not fuss or fire, he or she will review what happened because of the risk that was taken by the employee and then ask what may be the most important question in the workplace: What did we learn?

Editor’s note: Jim Blasingame is one of the wisest businessmen on the planet– the creator and award-winning host of “The Small Business Advocate®,” the world’s only weekday radio talk show dedicated to small business. Blasingame conducts over 1,000 live interviews annually with his Brain Trust, the world’s largest community of small business experts. He reaches worldwide listeners on his Internet simulcast and archives.

You will be smarter if you know about this man. His website is an amazing resource–www.smallbusinessadvocate–Gene Griessman

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