As leaders, our leadership triggers activate us to take action. The activities, approaches and results you recognize and celebrate speak volumes to your team. You take action. Your action affects what others see you do. What you do indicates what is important to you. What you recognize and celebrate in others illustrates what is important to you. The activities, approaches and results you recognize and celebrate speak volumes to your team.
What is a leadership trigger?
Most of us get that a trigger is the mechanism that actuates the firing sequence of a firearm. As leaders, our triggers are mechanisms that activate us to take action.
What are “helpful” leadership triggers?
Many leaders have well-defined “negative” triggers. We get activated when someone is late, fails to complete a task, and other countless negative triggers that exist. “Helpful” triggers activate us to recognize and celebrate the effort, progress or results of our team. Helpful triggers recognize those who take the desired action or produced the desired result, rather than focusing on those who did not.Read More ...