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Week 23

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A recent study found that only 10% of Americans thanked a colleague on any given day and 60% report they have never or rarely expressed gratitude at work. Scientists found that creating a culture of gratitude at your work place pays dividends all year round. The same survey found 93% of workers believe grateful bosses are more likely to succeed. Thank you’s at work have concluded that it boosts happiness, reduces stress and generally improves satisfaction. I would image it can’t hurt the bottom Line either. (INC
. Magazine, Jessica Stillman November 27 2013)

What value do you put on gratitude as a leader? Do you find it important and can you share a personal story on how gratitude impacted someone in the past either in your personal life or professional life?  As a leader what steps have you taken to make sure your team members feel appreciated, valued and thanked? Does a happier place  to work impact your culture and bottom line?



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