Feedback loop

Go around the team. Each person receives feedback from everyone else. Talk about a situation in which you think the person did something well and helped achieve your shared goals. 
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Feedback loop

Have you ever waited to get positive feedback from your boss? Although this is important, they may not always be the person with the best insight into your work. However, someone who knows exactly what you do can provide very relevant praise. Knowing what tasks, goals, and skills a colleague has is an excellent basis for providing good feedback, according to a research review led by management researcher Herman Aguinis. So don’t wait for praise from your manager, but make everyone on the team responsible for giving appreciation to everyone else.