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The 3-Step Method for Giving Clear Instructions

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You may think you're giving clear instructions, but you lost her back at Step 14a. People want to know three things: 1. What am I supposed to do? 2. By when? 3. In what order?

The more succinct you are, the easier it is to follow your directions. Prepare to give clear instructions by writing: "1," "2" and "3" on a piece of paper, then plug in the three most important items you want the employee to retain. This becomes your direction-giving outline.

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