Validating commending and celebrating accomplishments

25-Dec-2016 21:28

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When last did you raise a glass to the success of your company’s achievements?

Celebration lead to establishing ritual that help to simply make it through a tough week.

It's been an intense, "full-on" day, and Aidan's co-workers are beginning to go home. Exhausted because, all week, he's come in early, stayed late, and put in some serious hours.

We would sprain our eyebrows raising them at the glorification of European explorers and the endorsement of an unjust world order.

We would know what attendees could only sense: that the old premise of Canada as two founding nations yoked together, combining complementary racial virtues to achieve material and spiritual progress, was about to enter an irreversible crisis.

My suspicion and resentment of any state-led hoo-rah or whoop-up is probably about half politics and half personality.Basically, everything that gets done and contributes to the the mission of the team is a team success.If you have a team member who has achieved something important in his/her roll, a celebration can be as simple as treating them to a lunch and discussing their success in detail.We all want to feel confident and competent in our work.Much of that confidence will come from putting in the time and attention that's needed to do a good job, being open to learning and development, and having a healthy level of self awareness.

My suspicion and resentment of any state-led hoo-rah or whoop-up is probably about half politics and half personality.

Basically, everything that gets done and contributes to the the mission of the team is a team success.

If you have a team member who has achieved something important in his/her roll, a celebration can be as simple as treating them to a lunch and discussing their success in detail.

We all want to feel confident and competent in our work.

Much of that confidence will come from putting in the time and attention that's needed to do a good job, being open to learning and development, and having a healthy level of self awareness.

Understand what they loved about the success, how it made them feel and if there was space for possible improvement.