There are many possible answers to this question. One of the most common ones, however, is when a manager sends an email or leaves a voicemail with an employee requesting to meet with him. And, the longer the employee needs to wait to meet with his manager, the more anxious he becomes throughout the day.





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Written by amabaie
1568 days ago

There is no need to put fear in the employee's mind. The email asking for a meeting should be clear about the goals of the meeting and how the employee should prepare for it. If only one person is properly prepared for the meeting, the meeting won't likely be very productive.



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