by Mark Fisher
In BFU’s second vlog, I’m gonna be talking about building a team. I’ll talk about how to balance setting clear expectations while setting the stage to make disagreement safe. I’ll also share my VERY STRONG opinions about what makes an effective performance evaluation, and what will shoot an evaluation in the foot.

Share this with any cool people looking to come with me into my closet to get better results with their team with less stress!

Also, if they just want to hang in my closet… that’s cool too. It’s pretty sweet in there.



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