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Take the opportunity today to set someone up to succeed.

Hiya,

Anyone that’s done dog training will recognise this technique. The
idea is you make a task really easy for a dog to get right so that
they get a reward. If repeated over and over the dog will associate
the task with the treat. Dogs don’t talk human and tend to get
frustrated quickly if they don’t understand what you’re asking them to
do – so you make it easy.

The same technique can be used with people, not in a condesending way
but in a positive affirming way. When teaching a new colleague a
company process for instance have it typed out then show them the
process so they can see what’s expected. If teaching a child break the
task down into the most manageable steps so they keep getting it right
whilst continually moving forward. This gives them a sense of
achievment and they’re much more likely to respond well and feel good.

In every situation today keep thinking how you can get someone to
succeed in what they’re doing.

Enjoy

Stu

🙂

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Take the opportunity today to create a win-win situation with a colleague.

Hiya,

Yesterday’s guide might have seemed difficult for some and easy for
others. For most of us it’s reasonably easy to create a win-win
situation with our friends but now try it with a colleague. OK, I know
that some of your colleagues are your friends. Choose one that’s more
of an aquaintance – just someone you work with, then create that
win-win situation with them. Maybe it’s someone in accounts that is
hassling you for budget figures or the manager of another department
that needs some info from you. Find a way for you both to get what you
want. Bit more tricky. Bit more thought needed possibly. You’ll get a
greater sense of achievment from it though.

Good luck.

Enjoy

Stu

🙂

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