You can't expect great results without great expectations

09/17/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Don't shy away from setting high expectations for your team, but make sure you're being clear in goal-setting, feedback and accountability, writes Joel Garfinkle. Perseverance is essential. "People won't grow at the same pace and many won't immediately grow to fit your picture. Continue to encourage people by reminding them that your expectations and your support are still there," Garfinkle writes.

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