• Olivier S.E. Courtois

When Is The Last Time You Praised a Team In Your Organisation?

Updated: Mar 25

πŸ‘‰ At work, praise is a powerful tool for leaders, particularly when that praise relates to team effort. πŸ‘‰ However, research shows that many companies fail to recognise team achievements properly. πŸ‘‰ Recognition helps individuals accurately assess their performance. πŸ‘‰ It provides the data we need to master new tasks and demands. πŸ‘‰ It creates positive emotions, inspires broader perspectives and stimulates creative thinking. What you can do now? πŸ‘‰ Ensure that regular feedback is a key part of your office culture. πŸ‘‰ Team recognition is better done publicly and to the widest possible audience. πŸ‘‰ Encourage team members to celebrate each other’s successes. πŸ‘‰ Link praise to organisational goals. πŸ‘‰ Read full article by Marco Nink and Jennifer Robison - Gallup Business Journal #leadership #culture #teamsuccess

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