Use your example as

Use your example as a teachable moment.

Just because you do something well does not mean your team understands why you did it that way. When you set a good example and it creates the results you hoped for, use that as a teachable moment.

Take some time to explain to them what happened and why it’s important. This helps your people better understand the approach you want them to follow.

The power of repetition is in its simplicity. A message heard repeatedly is more likely to stay in your mind.

The more senses a concept touches, and times it is heard, the more likely your team will hear your message and help deliver the results you desire.

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