In episode #1942, Neil and Eric talk about why bosses should set high expectations. In order for your company to grow and foster a thriving business culture, you need to have an exceptional team. We discuss the knock-on effect of setting high expectations and how it can motivate your team to be their very best! To learn more about this consequential topic, tune in today!
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[00:20] Today’s topic: Why Bosses Should Set High Expectations.
[00:30] Why Neil sets high standards while also compensating employees accordingly.
[00:52] How high expectations and setting high achievers up to be player-coaches can help your business grow.
[01:14] Why Eric likes to think of a business as a high-performance sports team.
[02:02] How high expectations lead to a company-wide culture of high performance.
[02:37] High performers will bring other high performers and raise the level of your company.
[03:01] Why alignment amongst team members is critical to success.
[04:05] That’s it for today!
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