Why do we think that pointing out what someone did "wrong", is the way to get them to do something "right".
If I told you, "don't sit like that, don't kneel like that, don't stand straight, don't run like that, don't walk like that"
You'd probably have no freakin' clue that what I really want is for you to do the hokey-pokey.
Further, you'd probably half-ass it because your focus would be on everything I told you NOT to do.
The hokey-pokey is a joy-filled dance and I just zapped your joy by telling you everything you did wrong but put you in fear mode.
Creativity is the hokey-pokey
Psychological safety is the hokey-pokey
Innovation is the hokey-pokey
Try this today.
When someone does something great, tell them, and then, they'll likely do more of that moving forward.
And that's what it's all about.