Welcome to Leading StandOut Teams: Setting Clear Expectations. This course will explore how to follow the practice shared by the world’s best team leaders - frequent 1:1s. We'll take a look at how to provide clarity to your team about their roles, and then explore how you as a team leader can provide the information people need to do their jobs well — not just data and guidance, but also your observations about where they’re at their best. By the end of the course, you will be able to: - Construct effective check-ins with team members. - Compare feedback vs. Coaching. - Confirm team members have clarity about what’s crucial to doing their jobs. - Define feedback vs. Coaching. - Analyze what impact your and your team’s roles have on the work environment and provide clarity to your team about their roles. - Identify what celebration looks like at your company and determine how to reward the right behaviors for more of the same. Modules Include: One: Weekly Check-Ins. Explore how to follow the practice shared by the world’s best team leaders: frequent 1:1 conversation about near-term future work. Two: Creating Role Clarity. Learn how do the roles you play set the tone, create the environment, and establish the culture that impacts the entire team. Take a look at how to provide clarity to your team about their roles. Three: Sharing Information. Explore how you as a team leader can provide the information people need to do their jobs well — not just data and guidance, but also your observations about where they’re at their best. This is a beginner's course, intended for team leaders with an interest in Leading StandOut Teams. It includes lecture videos by StandOut Strengths Coaches, practice quizzes, graded quizzes, peer-reviewed assignments, discussion prompts, and activity guides to facilitate ongoing learning and provide a structure to make sense of learning so that it can be embedded into real change. To succeed in this course, you should be willing to self-reflect and open to shifting perspectives. Making the effort will result in a positive and fulfilling response.