Setting the context
Value and dangers of Clarifying Expectations
Exploring how assumptions and ambiguity are everywhere
Four Point Model of Expectations: Goals, Process, Support, Importance
The cycle of communicating and setting expectations
Expectations too high?
Applying techniques to personal situation (future/current)
Our understanding of what expectations we may have
The assumptions we often make that create misunderstandings
New processes to help plan for situations where meeting expectations are important
Confidence and competence in handling challenging situations
How we articulate what expectations we have to ensure clarity
How we may conduct a conversations where expectation may be different
Post programme activities to support the transfer of learning and building of habits
Reflect on how you currently clarify expectations.
Using the Four Point Model and the Cycle of Communicating Expectations, reflect on your current strengths and areas of development ?
Consider an upcoming situation where you need to make sure expectations are met.
Using the models in the course, plan for that conversation.
Now explore what differences there are from how you might usually do this.
Consider a current or future potential situation where expectations need to be met.
Which challenging situation(s) may be present or even re-occurring.
What changes will you make in your approach to manage or avoid this?
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