- V008 How to Write a Corrective Letter -- WHAT: Here's a supervisor tool we believe that is the “missing link” to effective management of employees with problem performance problem. A non-disciplinary, corrective letter comes before a warning letter. It is firm and warn the employee, but it motivates better because it is not a disciplinary action. It only feels like it. The non-disciplinary corrective letter is therefore more effective and powerful to stimulate change and improved behavior.
Corrective letters come before warning letters. We think they are underutilized and can be more powerful before a classic employee warning letter. We wrote the best corrective letter outline ever, and included a follow-along example and its analysis. WHEN TO USE: Supervisor training, supervisor consults. (2 pp.)
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