Chris Hallberg: You need to set the bar high (but attainable) and keep it there — if you want great results

Leaders who set high standards get more out of their people and build better teams. Talented workers want to be challenged and a leader who sets high expectations creates confidence, competence and continuous improvements in performance. In his work, author and leadership coach Chris Hallberg explores how lessons learned from the military can be applied to leadership roles. Here, he shares why it's important to hire "A" players, how continually raising the bar on performance helps individuals to accomplish their goals, and what you need to do when an employee's work fails to measure up.

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