Have you ever left your work day feeling excitedly proud of what you accomplished and a few days later found yourself drained and frustrated?

What made one day awesome and another day soul-sucking?

Well, there's no easy, quick answer. Using those two days are two data points in a journey can be helpful. Your strengths and weaknesses and your teammates create unique intersections that can result in conversations to solve problems...or magnify problems.

We've built short and insightful Automated Coaching™ tips to help make sense of these hidden mysteries.

There are five helpful locations you can begin receiving Automated Coaching™ tips.

In An Email.

On Slack (click here to install our free Slack bot).

Through The Calendar Integration.

Within Your ME dashboard.

What To Do With The Tips About You.

Concerning the tips about yourself, we recommend the following best practices:

  • Jot a note down with any thoughts that pop into your head when you read a tip.

You can discard the note. This 30-second exercise helps your brain latch onto your takeaways and increases your ability to act instead of forgetting.

Read the tips, reflect on the truth, notice where it plays out, and choose how to apply it to your daily life.

  • Please rate the tip: you can use the thumbs up/down to share if the information is helpful.

Participating in rating helps strengthens the effectiveness of future tips.

  • Use the tip to start a conversation with a teammate!

If a tip seems inaccurate, ask people who know you well for their input. It could be you had a strength you're so used to you never realized how much others appreciate it.

  • Become aware of your blind spots.

Awareness of your blind spots is part of doing your best work and leaning into your strengths. These are not places to feel condemned but opportunities to rely on others.

No one is better off by remaining alone. It's a good practice to depend on others to complement our abilities. As the African proverb says, "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together."

What To Do With The Tips About You.

For tips about your teammates, we recommend the following best practices:

  • Recognize and appreciate their strengths.

These tips can help you see strengths in your teammates you otherwise didn't notice. Get to know each other beyond the initial tip by asking your teammate, "Does this resonate with you?" You'll likely discover interesting insights, deepen relationships, and build impactful ways of working together.

Side note: no one fits in a box. We all have free will. If a tip seems inaccurate, ask your teammate. Some people may have grown past blindspots. Some may not have embraced a strength yet. So be curious, start conversations, and grow to do your best together as a team.

  • Please rate the tip: you can use the thumbs up/down to share if the information is helpful.

You can use the thumbs up/down to share whether a tip is helpful. If it gave you helpful new insight, rate it thumbs up. If it does not seem useful, rate it thumbs down. Participating in rating helps strengthens the effectiveness of future tips.

These steps should help you get started in understanding the power within the TEAM Dashboard, as well as within your team!

There's more to learn about applying what you've learned, so check out our blog or other articles about the TEAM Dashboard.

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