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Communication & Input

We all want to feel heard. When we don’t have the opportunity to weigh-in on a decision that affects our work, it’s frustrating. And when we do feel heard—when we have offered input on a decision or project—we are more likely to want to see it succeed. 

As a manager, proactively asking your staff for input ensures they feel heard, share ideas, and increases the likelihood they are invested in the success of projects. Your staff have first-hand experience about what’s working well (and not so well) with current processes. Creating an avenue for input engages your staff and helps them share innovative suggestions.

Engagement Strategies

Exceptional Progress

Rewarding Results