by Derek Irvine
Recognize This! -- Pressing pause gives employees time to reflect on their own work and the work of everyone around them. Social recognition brings power and frequency to those pauses.
A new year, a new chance to buckle down, focus on priorities and get to work - right? Actually, now may be a good time to pause, sit back and reflect instead. In my post today on Compensation cafe, I explain why. As I say in the post:
In addition to some amount of “where have I been,” pauses also offer the opportunity to reflect on “where am I now” and “where do I want to go.” If we think about our professional lives, the interrelationships between these questions is really about creating self-awareness, performance, and opportunity. These are the same principles behind everything from mindfulness to leadership and high-potential development. It turns out most activities that require improvement also require a pause that allow us to establish goals and develop plans.
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