Having innovative new ideas might be nice but having more people buy-in to it so much more important. In this piece from Gideon Kimbrell, we get to learn about how an atmosphere of gratitude can do just that.
Here’s a short excerpt:
Leaders who adopt a mindset of gratitude might be taken aback by the results. We’ve seen quite a few benefits from consciously and proactively prioritizing appreciation for our people. For one, there’s less stress in the office when people feel valued. By fostering an environment of connectivity and belonging, people are less on edge — even when they know they might miss a deadline. It makes for a close-knit, happy place to be.
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