There’s a lot of pressure on leaders right now. And, I’m sure the last thing you need are more things on your “to do” list. But I truly believe that making time for these three healthy workplace practices will help you and your team thrive, even in the face of unprecedented difficulty.
Posts Tagged: gratitude
As we go about our daily routines, it is easy to forget the positive impact of telling a coworker thank you for their contribution to the work experience. Expressing this gratitude does not have to be extensive, it could be a short e-mail or a quick word in passing, but it is so important.
There is a healthiness to venting when we have strong emotions, such as anger or fear. We do need to be aware, however, how easily and quickly venting can become complaining. Take on a “No Complaining” challenge!
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.
Fear is part of life and it’s something that everyone experiences. Let’s start addressing those fears together and become better for it.
When it comes to gratitude, our professional life can feel less clear than our other relationships. How can you show gratitude at work without seeming over the top? Keep these four keys in mind the next time you thank someone you work with.
Learn four simple principles that can help drive gratitude and happiness in the workplace.
I believe gratitude is slowly fading from our everyday lives. We’re too busy, too tired, too stuck within our own heads to pause and be thankful.
This November has been a doozy. In fact, given the tumultuous election season we have just come through, this November might be more necessary for reflection and gratitude than ever.
Being noticed and remembered is essential to building your personal brand. A lack of gratitude and generosity can also make you memorable—but for all the wrong reasons.