Praise in PUBLIC, correct in PRIVATE

Posted by Gediminas Grinevicius on Wednesday, January 22, 2020 Under: Personal Development

I want to talk about praising and correcting. So as the title of this blog says, praise in public correct in private.

When you're building your business as a leader, you're bound to get to situations where you'll need to praise your team members, give them recognition, give them appreciation for the work they're doing, for the great things that they achieved and they will also going to be times where you need to correct your team members because they haven't been doing something wrong, or they haven't said the right thing or done the right thing, but as a leader, you need to know when to do which.

When you praise somebody, make sure that you always praise that person in public. So that can be a meeting, live meeting where you praise the person in the Live Meeting, but it also could be in your Facebook group, it could be in your WhatsApp group. The most important thing is that other people notice you praising them, because then, it's not only you praising that person, but also other people get to congratulate them, etcetera. And that's really, really powerful.

When it comes to correcting somebody, so if somebody's been doing something incorrectly, the worst thing you can do is actually do that in front of other people because that some people can take it very, very personally. So instead, when you correcting somebody, you should do that in private, you should either call that person or speak to that person face to face, and tell them how they've done something incorrectly and how they could do it better way, etcetera. So this way, again, they don't get offended, and they don't get humiliated in front of other people or things like that. And instead, they just learn the lesson. And even when you correcting somebody, there is better ways to do it, so if you call somebody go, “Oh my god, you're doing this wrong and you've done that wrong.” It might not be the best way.

So one of the best ways to correct somebody is to give them a compliment. So tell them something that they doing right or you might say, “Hey, you're doing really well, I can see you. You're doing very well on your social media.” Then you tell them what they doing incorrectly. “However, there’s this little thing that I've noticed that you saying, and if I were you, I wouldn't say it because blah, blah, blah. And then this is how you should do it.” And then you finish it off again with a compliment. And you say, “And by the way, you're also doing very well in terms of your sales blah, blah, blah.” So it's like good thing compliment, something to correct and another compliment. They call it the shit sandwich. I don't know if it's a good name for it, but that's what it's called anyway.

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