Co-workers will be more inclined to share ideas about best practices if told when they're hired that it's expected and that such sharing will be praised publicly, writes Karin Hurt. "Why not carve out 30 minutes at your staff meeting once a month where everyone is required to come with one best practice to share with the rest of the team?" she writes.
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