Post #761 – Monday, August 1, 2016

Solving The ‘Commitment Drift’ Frustration

If there is one single frustration that I hear from firm and practice leaders on a continual basis it is trying to determine how to deal with the “commitment drift” of those partners who make promises but don’t always follow through. In other words, how do you ensure task completion on important projects when your partners agree to do something at the implementation stage, and you’re uncertain that you will see the necessary committed follow-through?

Whether it is in a practice group setting, around the table with the members of your Strategic Planning Committee, or wherever colleagues are meeting, this seems to be one of the most common challenges. That said, there are seven important steps you can take to ensure results (in most cases):

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