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When managers just assume employees correctly interpret their expectations, requests and deadlines, they can inadvertently set their teams up for failure. Communication between managers and team members must be crystal clear, establishing a strong foundation of trust on which to build a business. The best solution for getting and giving crystal-clear communication is to build a team-centric work environment. When you foster an environment where everyone feels…


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