A seven-time BAFTA TV Award nominee, she won Best Comedy Writing for Hunderby in 2013.She is also known for playing Dawn Sutcliffe in Gavin & Stacey (2007–2009).“I’m finding that I’m getting so many emails and texts from you that it’s interfering with my ability to focus on other projects.Can you please save up anything that’s not time-sensitive for our weekly check-in?” Then, if it continues: “As I mentioned previously, I need you to save this sort of thing up for our weekly check-in, but it’s still happening. ” * Address the emotional reaction if you don’t talk with him “enough”: “I’m not going to be able to provide you with feedback on every small task, although I’m glad to debrief some key projects during our weekly meeting.Why don’t you propose one or two each week that you’d like to debrief and we can do that then?Beyond that, though, I need the person in your role to work pretty independently, without daily interaction with me. ” And again, the key here is to see all of this the same way you’d see any other performance issue.
Women – supposedly – won’t date a man with little or no dating experience.When you see him staring, meet his eyes and say, “Is there something you needed? Chances are good that it’s going to jog him into realizing that he’s staring, and he’ll stop.But if that doesn’t happen, then you can address the pattern: “Hey, I keep noticing you looking at me. ” Followed by, if necessary, “Could you cut that out? Thank you.” * Address the constant emailing/texting.She is working on a new comedy for Channel 4 called Morning Has Broken, about a struggling daytime TV host.I am a female manager at a small, mostly male company, and directly manage several people (all male).