CIO Power Politics: The Key to Correcting in Public

May 22, 2019

Contributor: Kasey Panetta

In this episode of CIO Power Politics, Gartner analyst Tina Nunno shares a framework for helping to fix a problematic team dynamic.

The general rule for management is “Correct in private, praise in public.” But in larger meeting or gatherings, waiting to correct a behavior can make it seem acceptable to the group. CIOs need to learn the best way to communicate that actions like dominating a meeting or speaking over people, is not acceptable.

In CIO Power Politics, Tina Nunno, Distinguished Vice President Analyst, Gartner shares her insights and advice from hundreds of client interactions to give guidance on how  on the rules for correcting in public without damaging employee relationships.

This article has been updated from the original, published on May 1, 2017, to reflect new events, conditions or research.

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