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Normalize Having Review Dates to Maximize Execution

Updated: Mar 27

Adding specifics to tasks, directions, or targets may not matter much if there is no follow-through culture to ensure task completion and accountability.


Make it part of your culture that assigning review dates is as normalized as making tasks specific.



Back 2 Basics Social Media Series post about the importance of review dates
Back 2 Basics Social Media Series


Normalize Having Review Dates to Maximize Execution - How to apply it:


Here’s an example.



Example 1:


No Review Date: 


Jim has point to get this done by Thursday, February 1st.



Review Date: 


Jim has point to get this done by Thursday, February 1st, and Jim will provide confirmation of completion on Thursday, February 1st.


This is how you can normalize having review dates to maximize execution.


Once review dates become normalized, your organization will start to see improved execution, and, perhaps more importantly, you will have established a standard of required performance.


Team members who don’t embrace it will stand out and can be coached to modify their performance in order to meet the organization’s standards of execution performance.


Back 2 Basics:


Whether you are a seasoned professional or an employee just out of college, it never hurts to return to the basics. A good way to harvest new insights is to maintain a beginner’s mindset. This sentiment is behind my “Back 2 Basics” Social Media Series. We go back to the basics to refresh and perhaps find new insights.



About The Nexus Initiative


The Nexus Initiative is a boutique executive coaching firm whose mission is to develop emotionally intelligent and mentally agile leaders and teams. My approach leverages real-world operating experience, multi-disciplinary thinking, industry-leading certifications, and a Wharton MBA.

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