Plan for Spontaneity

Most people think spontaneity means acting without planning, but that's not always true. It is possible to plan for spontaneity. Here are a few ways to do it:

  • Talk to your employees and volunteers

    Ask people one-on-one about what motivates them, or have them share their comments in a group. Ask: “If we attain our goals, what would be rewarding to you (or to the group)?”

  • Recognition tools

    Have spontaneous things you can use to thank and acknowl

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