Are You Setting Expectations For Employees The 'Right' Way?
The object of setting expectations is to ensure employees feel connected, empowered and inspired to perform at their peak.
Engage them with the organizational mission, priorities and goals. Then get their feedback and support for the “what” and the “how” to accomplish those.
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Team expectations refer to the behaviors that occur while working together on tasks.
"To minimize over-analysis, understand what the expectations are. What exactly is the information you need to provide or deliverables that you need to meet? Are you overproducing? We are of...
"The recover mindset happens after you complete your work and you review it for errors and realistic value. Once corrections are made, move into the release stage, where you let it go and are OK with what results from it. Your realistic view of its value will be the reminder you need to draw from to free yourself from continuing to overanalyze." - Lisa Guice, Lisa Guice Global-Vision, LLC
"In the business world, decisions need to be made in a certain time with a certain budget. Remember your work is not about being perfect, but providing the best insight you can within the constraints you have. That gives you a lot of room to work and permission to not be perfect." - Larry Boyer, Success Rockets LLC
One of the top reasons for unhappiness in the workplace is communication issues with one’s manager/supervisor.
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It’s crucial for your team to know exactly what is expected of them.
The unwritten rules about the level of quality expected in the work, and the depth of knowledge that needs to be displayed, are what defines a successful work project.
What are the boundaries of an employee’s responsibilities? What are and what aren’t the roles of the job?
What’s the preferred way of communicating, both formally and informally? What should be the frequency of communication? What are the protocols for communication at different levels – while reporting to the manager or even upper management?