The end of the year can be a pivotal moment in the life of your team. Too often, leaders who are focused on results and already planning for the year ahead overlook that opportunity.
In sport, the attainment of an objective is clear; following a performance, results are communicated and a medal ceremony is organized. We can easily evaluate and feel the progression, and identify areas of improvement. We take the time to celebrate and reflect on the work done in order to start the next cycle fully aligned and energized.
In the business world, projects are overlapping, actors come and go, and the steps are often ill-defined. In this relentless pursuit of performance, we refuse to slow down, even momentarily, to acknowledge and celebrate the results, efforts, people, and initiatives.
A few weeks ago, an organization came to us with the desire to seize that opportunity and experience something unique with a hundred of their hard-working employees. Our proposal: Energize your troops by recognizing and embracing the various manifestations of victory in your organization.
The look on participants’ faces following this session was a sign that we could not stop there; we had to help other organizations experience victory. This is why, we are proud to be launching our campaign: To be Champions, we must first recognize victory!