In this time of chronic uncertainty, it can be a real struggle to know how to stay strong, carry on – and to show (or not to show) your emotions. Use emotional engagement and emotional expression to create stronger teams and problem solving.
It’s time to love what you do and be who you are.
This matters – a lot – to your fulfillment and to your employees. The more we understand ourselves, the more we can take responsibility for getting our core needs met, and recognizing the needs of others.
Generally, there are four patterns of motivational core needs. By understanding yours first, you will better met your needs and that of your team members.
Do You Know?
- What motivates you – and your team members – to show up and do the best work?
- How do you and your team members – most like to be encouraged & rewarded?
- How do you and your team members – most like to be corrected or critiqued?