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It encourages them to keep up the hard work. Employees see that someone cares about their work, and the positive reinforcement pushes to do and deliver better and better work. Give Immediate Criticism Similarly as immediate feedback, if something is not done or delivered to your satisfaction, you should let the employee know right away.

Give criticism that is fair and precise as soon as you see work that is sub-par.

One minute criticism are effective because the employee feel that they are being reviewed fairly and timely. As a manager your role is to look on their performance. Much better is to go about your life and then simply notice and catch good or poor performance alike. You will grow resentment while the other person has no idea way. See what good behavior looks like. Write out each of your goals on a single sheet of paper using less than words. Read and re-read each goal, which requires only a minute or so each time you do it.

Take a minute every once in a while out of your day to look at your performance. See whether or not your behavior matches your goal.

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Kenneth Blanchard and Spencer Johnson are considerate towards your schedule in one more manner. They can then verify that their attitudes are aligned with their goals. Click To Tweet Goals begin behaviors; consequences maintain behaviors. But the employees suffer as a result.! Whichever style is employed depends on the situation to be managed.

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It is important to remember that before Peters, Blanchard and the host of others following in their wake, management - as far as the hard-nosed manager was concerned - was a stuffy, dry subject reserved for lengthy academic treatises and exposs. The monkey is the problem - or the next move - being passed from subordinate to superior, making the superior rapidly ineffective; the one-minute manager is not a collector of monkeys, rather a facilitator and coach helping others to solve their own problems.