We often talk about marriage and family relationships, but many of us spend more of our waking hours at work than we do at home. So, how are your work relationships going? Work can be a drag or joy and much depends on the kind of relationships you have with your co-workers. In my newest book, The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, I address one of the key issues in creating a positive work climate: Namely appreciation.
If you feel appreciated by your supervisor and co-workers, chances are you enjoy going to work. However, if you don’t feel appreciated, work may be simply a means to a paycheck. What Dr. Paul White and I discovered is that people have different ‘appreciation languages’. If you don’t speak their language, they won’t feel appreciated.
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