It’s human nature to focus on what is or might go wrong. However, as a leader, your human nature might be costing you dearly. According to several studies, 79% of people have quit a job where they didn’t feel appreciated (source).

Stop assuming they know how much you appreciate them. A simple “thank you” can go a long way. Mentioning their contributions to the boss will help them feel recognized. Being asked for their help can leave them feeling how much you value them.

The cost of appreciation can be low. The cost of not appreciating can be high.

Who are you going to appreciate today?

You’ve got this.

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