Expectations Impact Performance

November 5, 2009 -- Sal Silvester

Generally speaking, people live up to the expectations that they have for each other. If expectations are low, performance tends to be low. If expectations are high, performance tends to be high.

But, expectations of performance should not only come from your direct supervisor, team leader, or manager. You should have high expectations from each other as peers and as team members. And, you should be willing to give each other feedback and be open to receiving feedback about those expectations.

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