How to praise and criticize workers correctly

11 steps


1000 CZK/month
Applied at least at 23 companies.

You will learn in detail how to encourage and praise employees or even rebuke to achieve proper performance of staff. we Have prepared for you and fundamental assumptions that need to be set to praise and reproof was really effective. You get to know how the worker looks at the performance you want and how the manager. What role does the capacity and rules set up in the management system play against praise and criticize. What causes significant misunderstandings or even a decrease in performance. The line also includes exceptions, as well as negative impacts that need to be kept in mind. You will test examples that the authors will review to make sure you understand and apply it correctly. Both authors put the best knowledge from the practice in the knowledge line with regard to situations where managers most often make mistakes.

The knowledge has been compiled into a row of successive steps that look very much like Post Its. You can click on each one to learn more. Reading a step will take you a maximum of 5 minutes. Once you have finished the reading, click on the READ THROUGH button. A seven-day period of time begins to expire for you to apply the knowledge gained in practice. Then click on ANSWER THE QUESTION and check off the answer or write it down. Some answers will be checked by the auditor on line. If your answer is correct, you just fill the MY ACQUIRED KNOWLEDGE with whatever experience you have gained in practice. Subsequently, proceed into the next step. If you want to ask the author any question, click on the QUESTION TO ADVISOR button and they will be happy to assist you.

Ing. Jiří Střelec

Advisor with a focus on management, management systems, communication and public relations.

Vojtěch Bednář

A consultant with the specialization of sociology, who uses it for proper management of workers.

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