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    Would Warnie play on your team?

    When the team you're in reaches a target, hits the mark or achieves success, do you do this....

    ... run in to a huddle, cheer, applaud, lifting each other into the air, hug each other and give hugely rewarding pats on the back and high praise?

    Do you do this several times in a day? 

    Do you then watch a replay to see how awesome that success was?

    I’ve been watching the summer cricket matches with different eyes ... the eyes of a team or project leader; a leader who needs to get their teams to do great stuff! Everyday!

    Too often we’re seated at desks when someone announces a target is hit, or we’re in a meeting or conversation.

    Boring voice, stays seated  ... 'yawn. Yeah that’s great. Well done.' 

    Our responses are cold and stale. So DIS-engaging. So…. robotic and machine-like.

    Fire up ! Bring some game-style celebrations to the work you and your team are doing. You are hitting milestones and targets and you’re not making much of a deal about it.

    Start making a big deal about it!

    Get into a huddle, give huge applause, give great recognition and celebrate truly, loudly with cheers and ‘hoorays’ and smiles and laughter and back slaps and high fives – then watch the replay and relive it all over again! And again…

    Remind people what they’re doing, why they’re doing it and how great they’re doing. Warmth, humanity, fun, games, collaboration, creative, communicative, rewarding…. we’re human after all.




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