How to Set Explicitly Clear Expectations to Prevent Disappointment
Is everyone clear on what your expectations are? And are you clear on what others are expecting from you?
Are you sure?
In episode 472, Lynae Remondino and I covered the importance of asking clarifying questions to prevent misunderstandings. For a variety of reasons, it’s almost too easy for misunderstandings to occur.
On almost any given workday you can probably find an example in which you thought you were clear with someone that they were to do X, Y and Z and instead they did X, Y and M. The culprit is unclear expectations.
Meet Lynae Remondino
Lynae Remondino is a Talent Management Director who is a genius at unlocking potential while improving organizational effectiveness and efficiencies. She is a strategic and an empathetic professional who sees her purpose in life is to advocate for people.
Lynae’s certifications include Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Situational Leadership, Development Dimensions International Leadership Facilitator, and Succession Planning and Talent Development.
In this episode Lynae and I chatted about…
- How to make sure your expectations are explicitly clear.
- Why accountability is so important and what can go wrong without it.
- How to get better at creating and honing clear expectations.
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