Positive feedback can have negative consequences if it’s delivered improperly. When giving praise, acknowledge the behavior that is controllable (their effort) instead of praising someone for an intrinsic characteristic (their ability.) Want to learn more? Watch Andy discuss this Nudge and some other things on our Facebook Page – here Hey guys, the latest release...

Stress makes us feel isolated. We are adding self-isolation and social distancing to that stress which means social connection is more important than ever. Be deliberate about it. Schedule virtual coffee with coworkers and friends. Check in with your parents and your kids and siblings. Have some ideas that may help others? Let us know.

The defending behaviors of the “be good” self actively inhibit our willingness to accept critique. The “be good” self is protective about attaching our ego to what we’ve done in the past. Instead, the “get better” self invites feedback and involves asking questions and seeking help. This leads to learning, growth, and innovation. Learn more...

If we coerce, which uses external motivation, the result is compliance. If we collaborate effectively, the result is commitment, which is an internal personal choice. For complex, cognitive, creative work, going above and beyond is everything. Learn more on the IBL Blog – Commitment versus Compliance The Legacy playbook includes the play comply, because what we...

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