How do I know when to push?
Knowing when to push people or the organization forward, and when to hold back while still getting forward movement, is an important part of the art and science of leadership. Too much push can shut people down. Too little push will not create enough action to achieve the goal.
Keep track of the good stuff.
Starting a meeting with a Manage Up and other wins is great way to build a positive culture. What if you can't remember if you already recognized the person at the last meeting? The Manage Up/Reward & Recognition Tracking Form helps leaders keep up with who is being recognized on the team and the good work being done.
How Do We Really Know They're on Board?
All team members crave alignment to the overall direction of the organization to accelerate performance. People are counting on leaders to model the right behaviors, including the organization's most senior leader. It's the responsibility of this senior leader to engage employees, by keeping all of the executive leaders aligned to the goals, and to address any behavior that may be out of line.
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