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Do you like this shirt? Yeah, it brings out the blue in your eyes. To "bring out the best in" someone means to make that person show his or her best qualities.

She brings out the best in me. When people face challenges, it either brings out the best in them or it brings out the worst. This brig appears in these lessons: Learn 1, English Phrases!

Recent Comments. Wellins, co-author of Your First Hhe Job: Good leaders identify the strengths of individual team members and give employees opportunities to use them, says Wellins.

Leaders who bring out the best in others listen to what team members are saying and put themselves in their shoes, says Wellins.

When dealing with an emotional situation, listening and responding with empathy can immediately reduce tension, and until things calm down, nothing productive can occur.

People who bring out the best in others also reward and recognize good work. Brong often worry that praise will seem unprofessional or that employees will become complacent or overconfident.