If you are a manager of direct reports there will be times when one of your team will do something wrong, and let you down. You know it’s a case of ‘when’, rather than ‘if’, so you can try to be as prepared as possible for when the inevitable happens.
Let’s call the team member in question “the offender”. To lead the offender through the consequences of a mistake you should follow much the same advice as if you had made the mistake yourself - only this time you are advising someone else what to do.
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