Gratitude at Work Spurs Empathy and Compassion

Gratitude at work.

“Culture eats strategy for breakfast.”

Creating a gratitude practice at work.

1) Make a dedicated thank you note folder.

2) Start Thankful Thursdays.

3) Write notes as a weekend project.

4) Express gratitude any way you like.

Benefits of gratitude.

  • It acknowledges people, not talents.
  • It creates better leaders.
  • It has something for everyone.
  • It builds relationships.
  • It has a positive impact on company culture.

Specificity rules.

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