Setting Expectations With Employees: Performance Improvement Techniques
The single most common missing ingredient in employee interactions is that of setting expectations. It's one of the many performance improvement techniques that many of us fail to focus on.
Why is it that employees don’t do what they’re supposed to do? Surprisingly, most often it is because they don’t know what’s expected. One of the biggest problems with supervisors’ communication is that they assume they’ve communicated clearly when they haven’t. Getting the performance you want is fundamentally dependent on
Another challenge for supervisors is communicating not only what is expected, but how it is to be done. Finally, most supervisors leave out an important piece of information: why all that matters – to customers, to the Company, to the team.
Ensuring that supervisors have the skills and tools to meet these challenges helps you achieve important benefits:
Setting Expectations With Employees Training highlights:
Setting Expectations With Employees Methodology
Participants in Setting Expectations With Employees spend most of their workshop time in customized, hands-on practices applying the tools and skills, with coaching and feedback. They bring their own real situations to use in the practice sessions.
Setting Expectations With Employees Customized Solutions
To ensure that training is not just an “event,” but instead produces enduring results, we customize Setting Expectations With Employees to fit your unique situation, business strategy, culture, and people. After discussion with you and other experts within your organization, we select the emphasis, specific skills to be developed, key learning points, exercises, and case studies for practice to create a solution tailored just for you.
Setting Expectations With Employees Applications
The following are some of the ways our clients have used custom versions of Setting Expectations With Employees: