Join Todd Dewett for an in-depth discussion in this video Broadcasting team successes, part of Motivating and Engaging Employees (2013).
- One of the funny aspects of work life is that…we often get so busy, we neglect to engage some…of the truly fun aspects of work.…For example, when we achieve success at work,…whether that's landing a new client or reaching a new goal,…we often feel momentary elation.…That's a great feeling.…However, what you have to remember,…is that you can make that feeling more than just momentary.…With each success, you have to opportunity…to amplify and broadcast the team success.…In fact, if you're the leader of a team,…it's part of your responsibility.…
When the team not only hears genuine thank-you,…but recognizes that you're going out of your way…to share your good work with others,…that's when their appreciation of your efforts…goes up significantly.…So let's take a minute and consider several creative…ways you can recognize your team…and broadcast their success to others.…First, you should always begin internally…before broadcasting outside of the group.…This can be done formally or informally.…Formally, you might have weekly or quarterly emails…
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