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Unformatted text preview: Consequences also need to be timely and consistent in order to produce strong results. You as a manager will not need to spend a lot of time with your staff if you can master the three simple techniques listed above. The idea is to make the rules the bad guy and you as the manager the good guy whos cheering them on to better performance. The rewards and consequences are clear so the use of threats, guilt and nagging are irrelevant. Your job changes from that of a nag to that of a supportive but firm coach. This strategy is aligned with the axiom, goals begin behaviors, and consequences maintain behaviors....
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