For example, if you have a new team members joining you to undertake reporting work, be clear in terms of level of detail, deadlines and other salient points. It can be useful to provide them with past samples to know what good reporting looks like.
Start and end times of work are another area which can be unclear. If there is a fixed start and end time, what does that mean. Computers on? Ready to work? In the door? If start and end times are a key issue for team members, it is also important to make sure that you to are following the standards.
Newly forming teams can benefit from co-creating expectations together around key activities such as feedback, performance, quality etc.
Questions to consider:
Where would you benefit from clearer expectations?
What needs clarity?
Who needs more clarity around what?
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Author of Effective Group Coaching (Wiley, 2010) and From One to Many: Best Practices for Team and Group Coaching (Jossey-Bass, 2013)