It is exceedingly difficult to fulfill someone’s expectations if you don’t know what they are.
Unmet expectations on the part of both parties are usually the underlying reason why most partnerships and associations fall apart.
A declaration of expectation is exactly what it sounds like. A written document that spells out each party’s expectations to bring clarity to the relationship.
It can be the make or break action that will transform your practice into one with a stronger culture. Practices with strong cultures are often the ones that see both the practice and team soar into success!
This tool is one we often use with our Line of Sight Coaching clients and with practice owners from the Phase II clients I work with ( Phase II Dental Transitions is a consultancy and practice transition firm I co-founded).
In this short video, I discuss more about this helpful tool that I use with my clients in both businesses.
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Dr. Joel Small and Dr. Edwin McDonald, the founders of Line of Sight Coaching, are dental practitioners, authors, speakers and Business Leadership Coaches who work with healthcare professionals to help them build more successful practices so they can live the balanced life they seek.