"Great job!" It feels great to give and receive positive feedback. When you give positive feedback, you have the opportunity to identify specific behavior you'd like repeated. This is helpful to the individual you're praising and to the rest of the people on your team. In this video, learn tips to maximize the moment and ensure your team member leaves engaged.
(upbeat music) … - [Instructor 1] Great job! … It's a phrase everybody loves to hear, … and as a leader it's also validating to speak that phrase. … - [Instructor 2] Absolutely, and when you give positive … feedback as a leader, you have a opportunity … to identify really specific behavior you'd like repeated, … so it's helpful to the individual you're praising … and to the rest of the people on your team. … - [Instructor 1] You know, one of the things … that you want to do when you're giving positive feedback is, … first off, make sure you just do it. … You know, it's easy for really good work … to get glossed over in the cadence of daily business, … but when you call it out you increase engagement … and future performance, because then everybody knows, … here's what good looks like. … And a good place to give positive feedback … is in your one-on-ones, and there's two things … you want to make sure you do. … That you are specific about the behavior … and the impact. … - [Instructor 2] And being specific on the behavior, …
- Aligning your team and setting goals
- Holding high-impact one-on-ones
- Delivering feedback
- Navigating team conflict and change
- Recruiting talent
- Leading through disruption