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There are several aspects of appreciation that make it vital for anyone. Appreciation is motivating, humanizing, specific, empowering, and powerful.
When people thank one another, it benefits both the giver and the receiver. Gratitude uplifts people’s spirits and promotes well-being. There are 14 beneficial effects that gratitude has on the health of employees and the workplace:
1. Grateful people achieve more.
2. Grateful people are better corporate citizens.
3. Grateful people are less likely to burn out.
4. Grateful people pay it forward.
5. Grateful people are morally alert.
6. Giving creates a positive feedback loop.
7. The opportunity to give increases employees’ commitments to their companies.
8. Givers are more engaged.
9. Gratitude increases emotional wellbeing.
10. Grateful people get along better with others.
11. Grateful people are more resilient to trauma.
12. Grateful people sleep better.
13. Grateful people are physically healthier.
14. Grateful people are less depressed.
A “thank you” takes a second to say but can actually make someone’s day.
Move towards self betterment, be grateful, acknowledge people, give out appreciation and see the world change around you..
Within the corporate structure, people who are fighting do not restrict themselves to the issues at hand. Instead, fighting often gets personal. Emotional issues hijack the conversation and hinder progress; people get caught up in personal frictions that escalate the debate.
Conflict is disagreement. People believe that it can only be solved by one faction winning the argument. However, true conflict management involves two or more opposing positions that are quelled without losers and winners
A glimpse of why Functional Conflict is actually important, straight from our training session for middle management
Traditional business leaders feel threatened by a more personal approach to conflict defusion and problem solving. New leaders embrace this approach through several steps:
Conflict can be mitigated by seeing it not as a personal affront but as antagonists playing their roles with benign intent. Bringing people face to face in the same room to build trust is the responsibility of a leader.
This helps to identify and decrease destructive behavior while spurring productivity.
We helped this energetic and keen team to work on their conflicts and adopt the best practices for conflict resolution, through our training session
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