Too many people leave work every day thinking, “My boss doesn’t appreciate me.”
“When you feel that your boss doesn’t fully value your work, you start to care a little less. You don’t provide the kind of service you would if you felt appreciated. You don’t make an effort to help your co-workers,” says Liz Jazwiec, author of Eat That Cookie!: Make Workplace Positivity Pay Off.
That’s why Jazwiec is a big believer in workplace gratitude. Not just the kind that passes from boss to employee, but from employee to employee and to their bosses.
“It’s obvious when you are in a workplace where people value gratitude and graciousness,” says Jazwiec. “There is a really great vibe in those places. And when gratitude and graciousness are missing, it is equally evident.”
Jazwiec’s tips for hardwiring workplace gratitude from the ground up:
1. Say “thanks.” Meet any gratitude your boss shows with a little gratitude in re...(register to read more)
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