I find the best managers today tend to be employee-focused, looking to help others succeed in their jobs. They know the power of positive reinforcement--that is, catching other people doing something right--in working with others and recognizing and rewarding them for their efforts and results. These managers know that by providing a positive consequence--whether it is a word of thanks, taking someone out to lunch, or creating a special award--they greatly increase the chances of having the desired behavior repeated or the high performance even further enhanced. They know the greatest management principle in the world is: "You get what you reward." How often, however, do you, as a manager, take time to reward yourself?