“I Hate To Tell You This…”
Have you ever said something like this when delivering bad news to someone? In most cases, it rings true; we do hate being the bearer of bad news.
We want to be liked. We want relationships to go smoothly. We don’t want to “rock the boat.” But every once in a while, we need to deliver less-than-stellar news—whether we like it or not.
My free ebook, How To Deliver Less-Than-Stellar News, was written for exactly this purpose.
Whether you’re broaching a difficult topic with a spouse, family member, friend, coworker, patient, or client, this ebook will give you the tools you need to communicate your message effectively, gently, and (most importantly) in a way that shows you value the other person.
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Who Is This Ebook For?
Delivering bad news isn’t a job for just one type of person. Everyone will find themselves in this situation at some point.
You might have had to…
- Tell your spouse you want a divorce
- Give a patient a difficult diagnosis
- Fire or lay off an employee
- Stop a business deal in its tracks
This ebook was written for anyone who’s ever wondered how they’re going to break bad news gently, regardless of where that conversation is taking place.
You already know that bad news doesn’t get better with time. Understanding how to deliver bad news gently, yet effectively, starts with taking your duty seriously.
Download this free ebook today and within minutes, you’ll learn about:
- The importance of empathy
- Considering your audience
- Keeping difficult conversations private
- Minimizing distractions
- Being emotionally supportive
- Why humor hurts more than it helps
It’s not possible to shield others from bad news, but you can learn the skills and techniques necessary to deliver that news with respect and empathy.