“You’re doing, you’re tall enough! A big … classic. This tone of obsolete paternalism translates somewhere a lack of confidence – by implication, “it would be much better with me”. While, precisely, it is the opposite message that should be communicated to boost the team: “you will do very well without me, I am sure!
We’ll have to make sacrifices We prefer not to say this kind of sentence because: The “a little” in this formulation suggests the worst and the “much” … Now, we can get out of the positive situation that imposes savings or restrictions. It is better to say: “Given the resources and resources available, we will have to do better with less, so be more creative” We can also add a call to good wishes and suggestions in stride.
“Pierre, I need your know-how: could you put yourself in charge of Mauricette’s starting pot?” Here is a sentence – obsequious limit – that can easily be interpreted as a sign of Peter’s lack of consideration. As much as play free and privilege proximity or create a link with a sentence of the type: “Can you / Can you do me a little service?”