Sharing appreciation is the easiest, least expensive way to improve engagement.

by Laura Brinton

Weekly Culture Wins

Appreciation consistently ranks in the top three culture drivers. There are benefits for those who receive recognition as well as those who share gratitude. That human desire has not changed — in fact, it’s more important than ever before. Yet, employee feedback in recent pulse survey data tells us that organizations are struggling with sharing appreciation. Here are three helpful tips:

  1. Make employee recognition a habit within your culture. 
  2. Use nonverbal communication to strengthen the authenticity of appreciation. 
  3. Ensure gratitude is practiced at all levels, including peer to peer, manager to employee, and senior leadership.

Go here to read or listen how to strengthen appreciation in a remote work environment.  

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