Engagement Tip # 28 – Define Success At The Individual Level
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You’ve heard the saying: “There’s no “I” in team.” While that perspective is important for team building and to focus efforts on the collective goals of the business unit, illness individual members also need something to strive for, health so that each one can achieve their own success. It is a fundamental need of humanity to strive to achieve their best. Sometimes success roars like a stoked fire, nurse sometimes it happens in the small moments when an employee overcomes a challenge at work. The success can be small like mastering a new system task or quite significant like returning to work after a long illness. As their leader, get into the habit of asking your employees to tell the team about 1 or 2 achievements they’ve had in the past week or month. You’ll not only hear how they achieved success, but you’ll also hear how others in the team helped. Allow them to shine the light on these achievements and watch your team productivity soar. Success breeds success. When you help your team see the small and big moments of achievements, you’ll feed on the adrenaline that comes with those achievements. That propels individuals to do even more. It also does as much for team spirit than any team building exercise will.