ALIGNING THE RIGHT APPROACH TO THE RIGHT OBJECTIVES
Q:I feel very frustrated and disappointed with my subordinates as they are turning against us for wanting to improve their performance.
Our advice for them always end up either falling on deaf ears or becoming “argument topics” that lead to nowhere except ill feelings among us! Why do you think a good intention can be perceived as bad by these people? - Ungrateful Souls
A:I can understand how you feel when people misinterpret your good deeds. If there is something missing, it would likely be in the rapport with your people and the way this is communicated. So, in order to change this situation, these two areas require greater attention.