Re­mem­ber help­ing and sup­port­ing team mem­bers is al­ways re­ward­ing

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Ini­tially go­ing deep in some­one else’s life and help­ing them is dif­fi­cult but with con­stant ef­fort one can in­cul­cate this ca­pa­bil­ity in them­selves. The re­wards, such as ‘walk­ing an ex­tra mile’ ef­forts are very high, not only can one start earn­ing re­spect from their work­place team, there would be more team loy­alty, more scope for cre­ativ­ity and the man­ager would re­quire less fear to get things ef­fi­ciently done by his/her team. For ex­am­ple, dur­ing morn­ing brief­ings let each team mem­ber iden­tify some busi­ness trait they ap­pre­ci­ate about the per­son seated to their next. Some­one might recog­nise a co-worker’s will­ing­ness to work late while an­other team mem­ber might state that a team­mate’s or­gan­i­sa­tional skills con­trib­ute to the group’s ef­forts.

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