Highlight your team's successes; sometimes a simple thank you is enough to inspire your workers to keep going. Progress is easy to find when you're looking for it.
This is your servers moment. Every moment is a part of a survivor's journey and we hope this moment will be motivational for you, for your journey of serving your customers, your coworkers, or your family. I'm rocky, gets the final and here is today's servers moment. Make no mistake about it. You're getting ready to go.
You go into battle. So here's something that you can do today to be a better leader. All right, so today we're going to talk about the issue of recognizing progress. And I think this is a big deal because so many of our workplaces are fast paced. Everybody's in a hurry. Everybody's trying to get things done that it's so easy to overlook progress. So today I want you to find somebody or several somebodies and I want you to either highlight a milestone that they hit or acknowledge that they overcame a challenging situation. Just explain to them how much the fact that they're making progress in their workplace means to you. Their contributions. Don't have to be rewarded with anything big. Sometimes a simple thank you is enough. For instance, let's talk about progress and in in my world of chick filet, it can be something as simple as making fewer mistakes on the register or repeating in order back to a customer more often. Sometimes it can be making sure that they fill all the paperwork out a hundred percent correct and which helps us avoid any kind of legalities. Progress can be measured in a million different ways and sometimes it's just working on their attitude coming in and a better are sunnier mood, but progress is easy to find when you're looking
for it. So today fine progress and that's it. That's it for this moment. I just want to remind you that on Wednesday we do a deep dive here at a server's journey and you can subscribe and join us each and every week. I'm rocky Desta no, thanks for joining with us as together we learned to be better leaders. Yeah.