When teams perform above and beyond expectations, good leaders make a big deal of it. Recognizing excellence publicly is both highly rewarding and encourages team members to replicate their success in the future. At the same time, highlighting the great work of key team members with public praise can also be uplifting. Singling out important contributors and holding them up for group recognition can prove to be a tremendous motivator.
15 minutes to talk it through…
Actionable advice in today's post. Do you think the same applies when recognizing a Team among Teams? (Re: Recognition best left to private settings). I lead several independent teams that serve different businesses. I could see one team getting jealous/disengaged if another team seemed to be getting all the attention.