My team will often collaborate with other teams, often times working with them extensively to provide the proper help. However, when those teams achieve their big wins with our support, I sometimes feel like we aren't getting enough credit for our contribution, getting just a sentence or two instead of deeper attribution.
I like these other teams, so I don't think it's bad intent on their part. However, my team goes the extra mile thanking others, and it would be nice to see that same behavior in all our partners. What can we do to better facilitate this?
Instead of relying on the partner teams, can you own the narrative through your own updates and big wins? Obviously having other people vouch for your team's contributions will mean more, but:
I'm glad to hear that you're assuming good intent here, and I really hope you're correct in that regard. If this is the case, this situation should be fairly solvable. Here are my thoughts:
This is a tricky (but very important) exercise in communication. For more resources on how to conduct this gracefully, I highly recommend checking out Taro's other resources on communication.