The future growth of organizations and the baby boomer bail out will increase the likelihood that people will have to manage former peers. Here are some suggestions for how to handle that relationship change.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- Meet with them and acknowledge the awkwardness.
- Recalibrate expectations and see if they have any questions or concerns.
- Recalibrate the social relationship.
- If they become a problem, that’s a performance issue.
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