Employees benefit from clear performance expectations
Itï¿½s common for supervisors to overlook one of the most essential concepts for ensuring good performance: setting performance expectations. However, taking the time to set and communicate clear expectations can help eliminate many performance problems.
Setting performance expectations helps focus on the unitï¿½s goals and objectives, as well as prioritize duties that are significant to accomplishing those objectives. When setting expectations, use the following steps to make sure your employee gets the message you are sending:
Using the tips above can result in more productive and engaged employees who clearly understand what is expected of them.
- Amy Boyle
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