Your team is like a sports team, not a family. With your family, you tolerate certain behavior because you love them from the bottom of your heart. In sports teams, the best teams are formed when you have to fight for your spot in the light and everyone plays a critical role in the team. With that being said, the best teams care deeply about each other.
This eternal debate :D there re pro's and con's to using both.
This eternal debate :D there re pro's and con's to using both. The sience and the reason to care is the same reason you should be mindful about job descriptions point 60. a) Please show me a gender-diverse sports team in any sport b) how many olympic teams have national diversity? c) there are people who experience families that don't love them from the bottom of their heart, will this analogy motivate them?
This eternal debate :D there re pro's and con's to using both. The sience and the reason to care is the same reason you should be mindful about job descriptions point 60.
a) Please show me a gender-diverse sports team in any sport b) how many olympic teams have national diversity? c) there are people who experience families that don't love them from the bottom of their heart, will this analogy motivate them?
The ability to inspire a diverse crowd comes with the ability to wield the right language at the right time, but you will never know what language to use with your people if you've never taken the time to truly listen to who they are and what drives them.
Every now and then highlight your company-level focus in an all-hands meeting. For example like this: “For August and September, our company-level focus will be sales and reaching X revenue threshold.” Ideally, this should be visible in your weekly deck, at your office, in your internal Notion, etc.
+1 a way to establish clarity
Ask your team members to give motivational speeches. Often (especially during difficult times), they work much better than if the company leadership would do it.
+1, distributing the act of leadership.
If transparency is an important value for you and your organization, make everything as transparent as possible. Share everything (excl. sensitive people-related topics) with your team: board decks, financials, worries, and highlights. Levels, a metabolic health startup, has taken this to the extreme. Levels shares almost all of its thinking publicly. That includes all-hands meetings, founder working sessions, and their Tesla-inspired strategy.
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