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It really pays to praise

by The 100 Companies

If you had the choice between a cash bonus, or a nicer boss, how would you prefer to ring in the New Year?

Believe it or not, a Gallup Survey says employees would go for kindness. Leadership experts say it pays to praise. Workers feel more valued, the work environment is better and it brings teams closer together.

“If we don’t keep encouraging, our teams feel discouraged and undervalued,” says Leadership Coach and Author Darcy Eikenberg. “A little genuine appreciation can go a long way.”

Don’t want to do this face to face? Find the solution from “Ask Vikki.”

– Vikki Locke, C2 Communications

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