Getting Your Partners To Follow Through

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How do you ensure task completion when important projects need to get implemented, when partners seem to agree to participate, but when you are not really certain that you are going to get committed follow through? Whether it is in a practice group setting, around the table with the members of your Strategic Planning Committee or wherever you happened to be working with your fellow partners, 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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