Someone Else Performs Well
How can I reward someone else's good performance so they will continue
to perform well?
- Reward a good performance: When someone else performs well,
reward the performance. That way, the good performance will tend to repeat
- Think deeply about benefits of their actions: To assure your
own appreciation of the other person is genuine, take the time to reflect
on and think deeply about the other person's actions and how you and the
organization benefit from their actions.
- Genuinely appreciate: That is, let the other person know what you appreciate about their actions or performance. Be sure and describe how you benefit from it and how you value their actions. Sometimes it makes sense to share how the organization benefits as well. For more information, see this summary of the outer leadership skill of appreciation here.
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