Nobody likes to be disappointed, and most of the time, this means letting people know what they can expect from you. Whether at home or in the workplace, it’s critical to make sure everyone’s on the same page regarding expectations – especially if there’s a lot on the line. So, what should leaders do to communicate their expectations well to their team?

In this episode, I explain how to best manage your expectations and how your team can communicate theirs to those reporting to them. I discuss the questions we should be asking about expectations, why I think assuming is the worst part of expectations, and what you can do to avoid it. I also describe the potential strategy that failure and false expectations can bring.

“‘Expectations’ is a huge topic we should all be thinking about.” – Adam Rundle

This week on the Expensive Advice Podcast:

  • My recent reflections as a business owner
  • How expectations can lead to frustrations… and even failure
  • The expectations I have for my team and their teams
  • Questions we should be asking regarding expectations
  • Avoiding a misalignment of expectations
  • The worst part of expectations

Turning Boring Money into FUN Money

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