When Clarified and Reinforced, Expectations Are Met
Give people specific examples of expected behaviors, reinforced reminders
“These guys are seasoned managers, and these are fundamental leadership expectations. Shouldn’t they just know the right thing to do?”
“I’m so frustrated, my team is just not executing on what I consider fundamentals.”
“There’s just no accountability here. If someone is going to miss a deliverable why don’t they tell me?”
If any of this sounds familiar, it’s time to revisit your approach to setting and communicating performance expectations.
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