Framing Challenges to Maximize Positive Response

How does one reprimand their employees? It’s a question that has long been on the minds of bosses since the concept of bosses and employees arose. Ever since commerce was founded by human civilization. Luckily, we’re far more civilized by the way we approach reprimands and grievances within the work place. Good advice on ACAS code is hard to come by but it’s important for any boss or head of human resources to have a deep understanding of the codes and how to which they should be interpreted. At times the spirit of the ACAS code is enough to approach an employee with but there are going to be situations where the codes will require strict interpretation and application. It’s how law work in society and therefore it should be exercised to a similar degree through the ACAS codes within the work place. However, there is far more room for the application of emotional intelligence.

Emotional intelligence is a skill that should be practiced in order to best be able to understand the relationship between employer and employee while practical application will allow a savvy, skilled employer to approach his employees with a deep insight. Empathy is the most important, fundamental skill that arises from practiced emotional intelligence. Insights into the whys people do the things they do will help an employer to avoid putting their employees into situations that may cause them to react or behave negatively. Sometimes it all comes down to how something is framed. A situation given the proper context can change the way someone will react completely, while the same situation within a completely different context for someone else might cause them to behave the same way as their co-worker who had the experience framed differently. This is how the average individual operates on a day to day basis!

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