How to Get Your Team to Do What It Says It’s Going To Do

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If / then planning has been proven to help individuals stick to their goals.

New research suggests that it is also an effective tool for sharpening a team’s focus and helping members get things done.

Whether we’re trying to finish projects at work, save for retirement, or lose weight, researchers have found that we follow through on our commitments only about 50% of the time.

And that estimate is optimistic.

Even when we truly want and intend to achieve a goal, somehow it still doesn’t happen.

Why do we so often fail to achieve our goals?

For lots of reasons, actually.

We miss opportunities to act because we’re just too busy.

We lose confidence, so we push projects onto the back burner.

And we allow competing goals, motivations, or temptations to interfere.

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How to Get Your Team To Do What It says It’s Going To Do

How to Get Your Team To Do What It says It’s Going To Do

Miscommunication is a big issue when trying to get your team to do what it says it’s going to do. Your team says one thing then they do something else. If not now then some time everybody goes through miscommunication. There’s no better way to get your team to do what they say they are going to do then going through this course. This course has evidence based methods to show how to get your team to do what they say they are going to do.

Our course is based on research performed by Heidi Grant, William Oncken, Jr., Donald L. Wass, Julian Birkinshaw, Jordan Cohen, and Dick Grote.

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