These six tips should prepare you to answer any question in Joyous.
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1. Be vulnerable
Avoid calling out others and don’t be afraid to be vulnerable. People will want to help you if admit that you need help.
2. Focus on outcomes not people
You will get a result, without calling people out, even if you know someone is at the root of something. Actually, people are more likely to act if they are not personally named, so if you want to see a change, this is the way to go.
3. Make suggestions that are practical
Finding practical suggestions that are achievable will help not only make your life better, but you will become known for the person that is good at finding solutions.
4. Think of how you can help
Go that extra step further. Not only how, but take ownership of making it happen.
5. Provide context and examples
The more specific you are, the more likely it is that someone can take action. The less specific you are, the less likely it is that anything will change.
6. Be patient and understanding
While it’s totally okay to say how you feel, including a measure of patience will go a long way to helping your own leader know that you do have a balanced perspective.
So, there you have it! We hope you find these tips and tricks useful.