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Why You Should Set High Expectations

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It’s easy to blame a team member for underperforming. As a leader, however, you may be partially responsible. The bottom line is this: if your team isn’t performing as well as you’d like them to, it may be because your expectations are too low.

Motivational Speaker Bill Stainton

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29-time Emmy Award winner and Hall of Fame keynote speaker Bill Stainton, CSP is an expert on Innovation, Creativity, and Breakthrough Thinking. He helps leaders and their teams come up with innovative solutions — on demand — to their most challenging problems.
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