Let’s talk about the five types of expectations women should have and implement in their businesses. By setting expectations in business that are clear, leaders can do a better job of achieving improved results and holding their team members accountable.
What you’ll find in this episode:
- The manual is a set of rules that you have for other people that you believe are true and that you hold other people to.
- Expectations are those behaviors that you expect of people who work for you that are based on the values of your business — and you DO communicate them.
- Standards are measurable policies and rules. They’re black and white and are born out of the values and expectations.
- You must have key performance measures for every role in your company.
- You need to establish individual goals.
- The majority of the issues we have in a business, when it comes to “team,” is behavior, not skill set.
- You have to set expectations regarding behavior because that also sets the tone for your culture.
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