Challenge Yourself: Let’s Get RAW
Reflect–When something positive happens within your organization or department, do you find yourself saying “thank you” because the credit goes to you as the leader or “thank you” to the people who did the work?
Act–An attitude of gratitude can be good for both you and the people you lead. Decide upon one act of gratitude each day before you leave the house for work and then act on it by lifting someone new each day with a comment, an award, or a new experience you can provide.
Write–Write down the names of your direct reports and the way in which you believe they would most like to be appreciated at work. Use your list as frequently as possible.Stay tuned for more challenges, reflection questions, leadership models, podcasts, and more by following theschoolhouse302.com. It’s our job to curate, synthesize, and communicate so that you can lead better and grow faster. In a world plagued by nothing but noise, we help you by getting to simple. Joe & T.J.