TRENDSPOTTER: Managing Your Expectations Before They Start to Manage You | GenomeWeb

We all have expectations: warm, sunny weather in the summer, snow in the winter. But as we all know, sometimes what we expect is not what we get, and we are forced to deal with scorching heat in July and blizzards in January. We know we have no control over nature, so the weather represents expectations that manage us.

But there are expectations that you can manage—namely, what people are saying about your company.

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