THREE SIPS OF LEADERSHIP INSIGHT
TO START YOUR DAY
Talk about recognition and rewards and the word "budget" might be the first thing that comes to mind. Showing your appreciation doesn't have to break the bank.
- Handwritten, Specific "Thank You" Note - Skip the email, find some nice stationery and let your employees know you're paying attention to what they do. Writing "thanks for your good work" isn't going to cut it. Be specific about each person's personal contribution.
- Prime Parking Spot - A parking spot can range from being a nice gesture that enables an employee to be recognized by peers to a life saver in a busy city.
- One-on-One Time - Whether it be mentoring, lunches, or a regular meeting, giving your team members your undivided attention on a regular basis let's them know they're important to you.