The principle we're discussing
Set your team up for success by doing two simple things:
Why this principle is important and matters to you
It's important to share context with our team because they often aren't in the conversations we, as leaders, are. They may be missing the WHY unless we intentionally communicate that information.
This matters because sharing context leads to more engaged and aligned employees, which in many cases leads to higher retention and increased output for the organization.
This provides practical ways to apply learnings from this Spark
Todd discusses practical ways we can implement more context sharing:
An opportunity to reflect on yourself and/or your team and how you can apply these insights