82 percent of employees would rather receive praise over a salary increase
If you are business owner or manager, you know that your team and clients are your most valuable asset. They have helped you reach new goals and helped make your business a success. Without them you wouldn’t be where you are today.
This time of year is the perfect time to be thankful at work.
Not only can gratitude put a smile on your face or those around you, it can also increase productivity in the office, sales from clients, and overall happiness within your network. Go out of your way to make someone’s day and it may just cause the domino effect in your community.
Being thankful at work can come in various shapes, sizes, and cost. Take a task off one of your employee’s to-do lists, talk to your client over the phone instead of email, or send a gift to recognize one of your employee’s personal achievements.
Thanks to my friends at Fundera for allowing me to share this infographic. It shares 16 compelling ways to show your team and clients how grateful you are for their hard work and dedication this holiday season.
How ever you decide to express it, take the time this season to give the gift of appreciation and gratitude for the amazing members of your team!
Betty Lochner is the Owner of Cornerstone Coaching & Training. She coaches small business managers on HR issues and provides training on workplace communication to organizational groups. She is the author of 2 books on communication skills, a family cookbook and a gratitude journal. All are available on Amazon.com.
- Grab my list of 6 ways to practice regular appreciation at work.
- Cornerstone hosts a twice-annual Women’s Summit that brings women together to learn how to become more confident communicators.
- Join my private FB group for women: Want to connect with other women learning how to communicate with confidence? Join my free group here.
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