Consider the cost involved in great expectations

01/28/2008 |

Managers with exceptionally high expectations need to be prepared to show staff how they can meet these lofty goals, sales expert Dave Kahle says. It's also important to consider the cost involved in meeting these aims, taking into account such factors as the amount of time that will be consumed and the emotional energy expended.

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