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Clearly explain the reason for the conversation, the specific critique, and then offer suggestions to improve.
Even if the conversation is to fire an employee, you should still offer a suggestion that will help them improve in their next job.
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Talk in an even tone and keep it professional. Don’t let your emotions dictate your delivery or the other will too. This is especially important when talking to someone you are closely with.
During a difficult conversation, be quick and direct. This is not the time for feedback techniques, as they will mask the point of the conversation and lessen its impact making it more difficult.
Be stoic in your delivery but empathize. Think of how others will feel during the conversation, and allow them to process their emotions.
Be honest and thorough with your feedback, give examples and fully clarify why you're having the conversation.
Through questions others can better process what’s happened, and it allows you to clarify and solidify details of the conversation.
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