How to Recognize Employees as a Reserved Leader

"Don't screw it up." A former manager said this to me many years ago after he told me I was receiving a promotion in the company. He wasn't the best at recognizing others - obviously. He never handed out trophies, or even many thank you's. Yet, he was one of the best people I've ever worked for. Recognition is super critical to creating a positive work environment. Many leaders, however, would openly admit that they're not great at recognizing others. And don't necessarily like the idea of playing the role of "cheerleader" in their organization. I would imagine that you could think of at least one person you've worked for where celebrating wasn't in that person's DNA. And research would say

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