Are You Using Collaboration Effectively?

by Alexis James on April 13, 2020

in Employee Engagement,Leadership

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Before you say you believe in someone, before you encourage them to pursue their goals, it’s worth remembering: They need more than your words.

Passively believing in someone is easy; there are a lot of leaders who do this. That’s why actively believing in people is a differentiator.

Actively believing in someone means you:

  • Amplify their strengths
  • Ensure they’re accountable to higher standards
  • Offer constructive feedback (even when it’s hard)
  • Give them the tools to do what you believe they can do
  • Re-connect them to their purpose (when they’re doubting themselves)
  • Acknowledge their accomplishments (publicly and privately)

Believing in people isn’t the act of telling them so. Believing in someone is a course of actions.

Who do you believe in? And do your actions show it?

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