Employees often live up to your expectations whether they are high or low. Balanced Leaders keep expectations high, but realistic.

If you expect someone to be sloppy or uncooperative – and communicate that expectation to them – you usually will get what you expect. However, if you have high, but realistic expectations they often will work hard to meet them. In expecting your employees to perform well:

  • Recognize each employee’s value.
  • Convey high expectations.
  • Emphasize future needs, not past problems.

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