Every pep-talk you give will be judged by your audience.
They'll judge your compassion, direction and logic.
Research from Gallup has identified 4 reasons why people follow leaders - "trust", "compassion", "stability" and "hope".
Pep-talks are very visible and memorable examples of your leadership.
The way people judge your pep-talk is the same way they judge your worthiness as a leader.
|Why people follow leaders||How people judge pep-talks|
|They trust you (trust)||Do they care about me?|
|You care about them (compassion)||Do they get what I'm going through?|
|You're consistent (stability)||Have they been there for me?|
|You promote optimism (hope)||Did they give me a good reason to act?|
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