Is appreciation communicated regularly at your workplace?
Do you truly feel valued by those with whom you work?
If you express appreciation in ways that aren't meaningful to your co-workers, they may not feel valued at all. The problem is you're speaking different languages. In The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, Dr. Gary Chapman and Dr. Paul White will help you:
o Express genuine appreciation to co-workers and staff - even on a tight budget.
o Increase loyalty with the employees and volunteers in your organization.
o Reduce cynicism and create a more positive work environment.
o Improve your ability to show appreciation for difficult colleagues.
o Individualize your expressions of appreciation by speaking the right language
o Convey the language of physical touch in appropriate ways.
Based on the #1 New York Times bestseller, The 5 Love Languages(R), Dr. Chapman and Dr. White give you practical steps to make any workplace environment more encouraging and productive. Before you know it, you will learn to speak and understand the unique languages of appreciation and feel truly valued in return.
Praise for The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace
I have really worked hard for many years to appreciate my co-workers scattered across the USA. However, this simple process and tool has put me light years ahead. It will greatly help your relationships and productivity as a leader."
Kent Humphreys, Chairman, American Health Partners
This book addresses not just the need for the life-giving appreciation we all need, but takes us through the process of discovering what that looks like for ourselves and for those with whom we work. Everyone who reads this book will without doubt be better equipped to create an atmosphere of appreciation in their sphere of influence wherever that is.
Lynne Smith, Director of Leadership Development, Next LEVEL Leadership Canada
Trusting relationships are the glue that holds commerce together. They are more important than skills or knowledge. This book shows how to build trust on a personal level in the workplace and its principles apply for a wide variety of organizations.
Tom Nicholson, Executive Director, HR People & Strategyshow more