Employees Expect and Deserve Clear Communication

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Since employees look to their supervisors to provide direction, leaders should clearly and consistently communicate the organizational performance standards to their employees and link them with goals. Developing a set of measures or indicators for each of the objectives allows measurement of the progress towards achieving the organization's vision. Sharing their definition and understanding with all individuals who are either meeting or not meeting the

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Since employees look to their supervisors to provide direction, leaders should clearly and consistently communicate the organizational performance standards to their employees and link them with goals. Developing a set of measures or indicators for each of the objectives allows measurement of the progress towards achieving the organization's vision. Sharing their definition and understanding with all individuals who are either meeting or not meeting the set expectations is crucial if leaders expect their employees to comply and succeed.

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