The man behind the scene – that snips and styles my hair.
He makes me look good, feel comfortable, and helps me flaunt my hair confidently.
He is Barathan Amuthan, also the Canon Youth Ambassador.
Similarly at the workplace, give credit where credit is due.
For an individual or organization to shine, there is a team helping to put resources together.
It is always good to give credit or mention members who helped make it a success. Explain what they did and how they directly contributed to the outcome.
Savvy and ethical managers give credit where credit is due!
Not only it is good leadership, but it also improves workplace motivation and employee loyalty.
Plus, this is also a sign equal attention is given to quiet performers. Nobody is left out!
On the other hand, leaders should also recognize employees who take the time to recognize their colleagues.
That says a lot about the employee’s work ethics and team support.
Giving credit where credit is due is a healthy culture in the workplace, it helps one to step up better.
Have you ever been surprised by a credit mentioned about you?
I have, and that is a story I will share at some point next time.