Imagine you have an employee—a high-level manager—who just delivered a presentation to the board. Unfortunately, his presentation went terribly wrong. It hit all the wrong notes, and you know it didn't make a good impression on anyone in the room.
As a leader, what do you do?
This happened to me early in my career as CEO. I took the person aside after the board meeting and went through why the presentation didn't meet the standard I expected.