What Your Leader Expects of You

Bossidy, Larry
February 2008
Leadership Excellence;Feb2008, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p6
The article presents a set of expectations that both subordinates and business leaders have for each other. It stresses the significance of the relationships between bosses and direct reports to the success of a team. It lists seven behaviors that could drive both employee performance and business growth. It also advises executives to clarify what they expect from people.


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