This post has now been moved to my new blog site ‘Open Brackets’ – see link below.
The only thing that I would add would be to then ensure that you are providing clear and consistent feedback towards the achievement of those expectations. I think many managers take the time to craft out great expectations, then they communicate them, and then they forget about them. I meet weekly with each of my direct reports and we review their progress on their objectives. This is the single best way I know of to maximize your chances of success. Great post.
Nice tip and it shows that set and forget just doesn’t work and that to get the best out of your people you have to dedicate the time to them.
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