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Posted by Dennis Reina, Co-Founder, Reina, A Trust Building Consultancy.
Dennis Reina, PhD is Co-Founder of Reina, A Trust Building Consultancy, a global firm specializing in transforming workplaces through trust. He's co-author of Trust and Betryal in the Workplace, the definitive guide to trust.
From the time you wake up in the morning until the time you lay your head on the pillow at night you are managing expectations. Expectation others have of you. Expectations you have of them. And, expectations you have of yourself.
Underlying each expectation are needs that must be met in order for you to be effective and successful. And, for others to be successful. To collaborate. To innovate. To be creative. Expectations help to define the end game…what it is you and the people you work with most desire.
And, to get what we need. To receive support.
Yet, when expectations are not clear – or are unrealistic – it is a set up for doom, gloom, and frustration.
Have you ever had an experience where you put exertion toward delivering, where youget midway down stream, only to discover that is not what was needed, wanted? I’d imagine you have. We all have. And, truth be told, we have, through not being clear in our own needs and expectations, wasted the time and energy of the people we work with.
Think and keep others in mind as you set expectations. And, when you’re on the receiving end, ask questions to clarify what is expected and needed of you.
Trust begins with you.
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