HUFFINGTON POST

Whether your team has worked hard on a project that ultimately won’t be seen through to fruition, or you’ve recently laid off a team member, sharing bad news with your colleagues is no easy task as a manager. Preparing in advance, however, gives you the best opportunity to collect your thoughts and decide how you want to position your message. Nick Francis of The Franchise Group offers some clear-cut advice on how to break bad news to your team.

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