Everyday Effort

Discover what the best leaders know: appreciation isn't just a "nice" thing to do. It's one of the most effective tools you have for encouraging potential, turning on engagement, and letting people know they are on the right track.

Make it a Habit

Schedule a recurring time on your calendar each week to write thank-you notes or send eCards. Keep it simple -- just 20 minutes will do.

Know Your Team

Appreciation is personal! Make sure yours hits the mark by learning team member's preferences and favorites.

Look for Everyday Opportunities

Start a meeting with a moment of appreciation for a recent team accomplishment.  Comment/like a posting on your organization's social feed.  Follow up a one-on-one with an appreciation for progress on a goal.

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