If you feel underappreciated at work, you can easily imagine many of your colleagues feel the same way. You can make a positive difference by showing your appreciation to your coworkers—and you don't have to spend a dime to do it.
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Team leaders are often encouraged (“bombarded” is actually a better word) to communicate appreciation to colleagues during the Thanksgiving holiday season. Expressing thanks for a job well done is sure to be received well, right?Not necessarily.
Your employees have spoken. Read on to learn how they do and do not want to be appreciated at work.
Learn how to stay on track at work when you're not feeling the best mentally.
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How to handle average workers.
In the past, an employee’s relationship with their direct supervisor was found to be one of the most influential factors on whether or not the employee enjoyed their job. However, this dynamic has begun to change.
Learn your colleagues' languages of appreciation.
Focusing solely on supervisors and managers to support and communicate appreciation to their staff often is an unrealistic goal that creates problems when it isn't attainable.
Now that we are fully into 2017 and facing long, dark winter days with few days off from work, leaders need to take a hard look at how to support and encourage team members. This is the time of year (especially for those who like sunlight) that people often drag themselves through the day.