Setting Clear Expectations For Your Team

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Most people don’t realize it, but a simple miscommunication can destruct a company from down up.  As a boss, it’s important to set your expectations in the beginning so that your employees never take advantage of you and vice versa. When everyone agrees on their job in the business, they understand their role and what type of culture the company offers.


Once the foundation of the business is set in place, it makes it a lot easier to run it. But if you’re constantly questioning why everything is falling out of place, it’s probably because the way you structure your business.

Have you ever considered creating a flow chart for your business?  This is one of the most effective processes that allows you to get a visual of how your business operates. The flow chart provides you with information from start to end, which gives you the opportunity to find loopholes.


Communication is one of the most critical components in the organization because it’s the only way to get things done. As a leader of the business, it’s always smart to never take out aggression on your employees. It leaves a bitter taste between you and your employees, which will eventually corrupt the business.

There are many forms of communication such as email, telephone, or having a CRM system. Depending on your preference of communication, a CRM system is recommended especially if you have a wide amount of clients and employees. A CRM system is very effective because it allows the team to assign tasks to each other or clients and also builds structure in the business. By choosing the right method of communication that best fits the team, they understand what is expected of them and what tasks are needed to be done daily.


With only so many hours in a workday, it’s very easy to lose track of time. Each employee is probably working with multiple clients, which results in multiple tasks, therefore; it’s important to track your own time and the others that are working for you. As a leader, it’s recommended that you don’t micromanage your team because no one wants to be told what to do constantly. When you allow your team to work on their own, they’re more likely to get their tasks done quickly and more effectively. It also builds trust between you and the employees.

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