Look for the good, not the should, in others. You’ll get a much better return on investment with what you find and share.
The best way to truly shine is not center stage, with the spotlight on you. It’s offstage, shining the spotlight on others. True.
How to avoid having to fire bad employees: Be more selective in who you hire.
Finding fault is easy. Finding favor is easy. How do you find favor? Stop finding fault. Find positives instead. Do yourself that favor.
How to make a LOT of people not like you: Mistreat one who is liked. Antidote: Respect all and discuss what they care about.
If you listen to understand, you will. If you listen to reprimand, you’ll neither understand nor be understood.
The behavior you recognize is the one that gets repeated. Look for the good and acknowledge it before it gets deleted.
To Managers: Your internal customers (employees) will treat your external ones the way you treat them. So, improve the treats.
If you work at a job where you don’t feel or show compassion, you’re not at work. You’re at war.