Your employees may surprise you by setting tougher goals for themselves than you would.Problem 3: Proving yourself to a new team – and maybe even yourself. Communicate your priorities, and above all else: do what you say you're going to do.
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Accommodate those you can, and that accommodation should repay you tenfold. Solve it by stopping the juxtaposition in its tracks (i.e., letting time manage you).
This will undoubtedly be one of the most vexing "work-related problems" you will face – and you'll probably swing back and forth like a pendulum between successes and setbacks.
Solve this problem by setting the bar of communication high. Phone calls, emails and texts are OK in a pinch, but they are a poor substitute for a fully present exchange.
Problem 2: Setting appropriate goals and expectations.
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Solve it by referring to job descriptions to ensure that your employees understand the basics.
Then, for special projects and ancillary goals, convene a brainstorming session, and set goals as a team.