Accentuate the positive
Great leadership involves continuously evaluating goals, keeping employees engaged and identifying new leaders.
March 19, 2015
“Positive consequences equal positive results. While companies may not have the budget for extensive celebrations and rewards, this should not deter them from recognizing employees in a timely, sincere and specific way when those employees have done good work. Fortunately, the things employees most need to feel valued in today's workplace tend to be more intangible and personal in nature with little, if any, financial cost. Great leaders know that a simple verbal thank-you or written note of appreciation can go a very long way.”
— excerpted from “6 Things Really Great Leaders Always Do” by Peter Economy published in Inc.com.
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