Things for organizations to try: Improving Accomplishment

Things for organizations to try: Improving Accomplishment

In the workplace, accomplishment is about being able to put our skills into action, and feel that we are good at what we do. It is hugely satisfying to to feel we're leaving work each day and each week with a job well done and that our achievements are progressing things in the right direction. But the direction that is set and the opportunities organizations create to stop and reflect can make all the difference to people's sense of accomplishment.

1. Ask "how far have we come?"

Use Appreciative Inquiry to value the work you've put in.

In workplaces, we’re good at looking to the future to discuss where we need to go. We suggest you complement this conversation with one that pays attention to how far we’ve come. This is especially important when your organization is going through a difficult or uncertain time - like a reorganization.

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