Catch someone doing something well and praise them

“Appreciate everything your associates do for the business. Nothing else can quite substitute for a few well-chosen, well-timed, sincere words of praise. They’re absolutely free and worth a fortune.” – Sam Walton

Do you praise your employees easily, sincerely and often?

If not, you may be losing out on an opportunity to trigger a dopamine release which can then boost innovative thinking and creative problem-solving.

Take Action – Catch someone doing something well and praise them promptly.

Increase your skills to more effectively engage your employees. For more information on our new Employee and Mobilize Engagement Program: https://redworkscoaching.com/services/professional-development-training/leadership/engage-and-mobilize-employees/

Your organization may be eligible for funding through the Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant. Employers may be eligible to receive two-thirds of the training cost.

Please note: Due to high program demand, Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant applications are being prioritized and processed approximately two weeks prior to the start date of training. Applications submitted less than 10 business days prior to the start date of training may not be approved.

 

According to the Cicero Group, research shows that employees receiving strong performance recognition are much more likely to be highly engaged at their job. They are also more likely to perform at their maximum output and develop innovative ways to improve their company.

Do you make it a practice to regularly recognize your employees’ performance?

If not, you may be missing out on supporting your employees to use their strengths towards their best performance.

Take Action – Take the time to personally get to know your employees and find out how they prefer to be acknowledged. Then acknowledge your employees often!

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Your organization may be eligible for funding through the Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant. Employers may be eligible to receive two-thirds of the training cost.