After reviewing the results every month, do you share them with your team?
It is important to share the results for three reasons.
- Your team needs to see how their work makes a difference. In sharing the results, you help them understand the impact of their work and create the line of sight.
- Your team needs to appreciate the root cause of the concerns if there are problems. When you communicate regularly on the challenges and issues, they become attuned to potential solutions, which helps to facilitate a cohesive force in problem solving.
- Your team needs to be reminded of the strategy for moving forward. This helps to align decisions and actions.
Sharing results is an important step to build a culture that embraces measurement while helping the team members clarify their roles and contributions.