appreciation

Millennials Success: Be Included Not Just Recognized #PeopleSkills

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Millennials success: Focus more on being included instead of just recognized! Career tips for GEN Y from The People Skills Coach™.

Giving Gratitude & Tribute in #PeopleSkills Chat Sunday May 25th

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On this Memorial Day weekend, we explore giving gratitude & tribute in a deeper way in people skills Twitter chat (#peopleskills) at 10am EDT. Join us & share your personal insight and experience.

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Leaders, Want Engaged Employees? Focus on Contentment.

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Leaders, contentment is not a lack of ambition. It is not an endpoint. It is necessary celebration before the next hurdle. Focus on it to engage employees.

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Team Cohesion: Eureka, Leadership Finally Found It Here! #peopleskills

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Team cohesion escaped this org. until we challenged best practices. Then we found it and learned a vital lesson about humans. From The People Skills Coach™.

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Gratitude: Business Complacency or High Return? #peopleskills

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Leaders, make gratitude for employees as much a priority as gratitude for customers. Modest investment w/ infinite return. Insight fr The People Skills Coach™ w/ contribution from sales coach Dave Moore.

People Skills Chat 11/24/13: Gratitude and Appreciation #peopleskills

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Join global Twitter #peopleskills chat Sunday 11/24 10am ET w/ host Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™ to explore role of gratitude in life and work. As we head into Thanksgiving week here in the USA, we invite people all over the world to explore gratitude like we’ve never done before!

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Employee Engagement: 4 No-Cost Steps to Acknowledgement #peopleskills

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Leaders, employee engagement is both essential AND easy. In this one minute video reminder, fr The People Skills Coach™, here are 4 easy no-cost steps to increase employee engagement!

Employee Engagement: Engage Through Connection Not Status #Peopleskills

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Leaders, beware this one behavior that threatens employee engagement. Good news: It’s easy to fix! Short post w/ clear message from The People-Skills Coach™.

True Employee Engagement: Appreciate & Recognize

For true employee engagement, should leaders praise everyday effort or only exceptional performance and results? Before you answer this, consider the diversity of people you lead.

Employee Engagement: Capture the Magic of the I’s in Team!

Leaders, don’t sacrifice individual talents to achieve team member flexibility & generous restraint. Inspire these I’s in team for unparalleled success.

Leaders, 5 Legacy Attitudes to Replace for Employee Engagement

Traditional leadership beliefs hang on and squelch employee engagement, so needed to reach results. If you still hold these 5 attitudes, replace them for maximum success.

Customer Service & IT Support Leaders: Do You Hear the Envy?

Customer service and tech support leaders often ask me how to respond to team members who ask: “Why must we treat customers better than they treat us?” You might think this is a cry for fair and equal treatment. Some of it is. The rest is envy. Build fulfillment with these approaches to squelch this debilitating feeling.

Leaders, 12 Worthy Kudos to Spark Employee Engagement

Leaders, we can spark employee engagement with worthy kudos of employees’ natural strengths and talents. It’s a no cost and high return investment. Here are 12 and I hope you will add more!

Appreciating Individual Strengths: Does It Hurt Teamwork?

Individual strengths are one set of building blocks for a team’s success. Why then do so many leaders believe appreciating individual strengths hurts teamwork? This is an important questions since study after study shows that appreciation is the #1 motivator for so many employees? Read more …

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