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Five Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace

Five Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace

Appreciating Your Staff Makes Business Sense

Bad things happen when people don’t feel appreciated.
Sound familiar? The fact is, the simple act of not showing appreciation to your team members can contribute to a number of negative consequences in the workplace:
  • Higher rates of turnover and absenteeism
  • Decrease in productivity and quality of work
  • Lower customer satisfaction ratings
  • Increasing apathy, sarcasm and cynicism
  • Increased internal theft
All of these factors contribute to higher costs for companies and organizations. From a business perspective, appreciation isn’t just about making people ‘feel good’. The level of appreciation experienced by staff affects the company’s bottom line.
The cure? Employees who truly feel valued are more likely to be actively engaged at work, and create a positive work environment.
 The EA can help you get there!
Our on-site training program, The “The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace” is designed to help managers, directors, supervisors and teams learn how to communicate appreciation in a way that is targeted and effective. This targeted approach is powered by the MBA (Motivating by Appreciation) inventory, an innovative tool that identifies the Appreciation language that’s most effective for each participant—even if the participant works offsite.

Content can be customized to your specific learning objectives and business needs.

For a price quote (discounted for EA members) and a full proposal:

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Author The Employers' Association

When you need help answering the tough questions or tackling time-consuming projects, The Employers’ Association (EA) has you covered. Our experts in Human Resource Solutions, Professional Training and Wellness Consulting can meet your needs today. The EA was formed more than 60 years ago, by local companies for local companies, to address common workplace needs. We’re still doing it today. From two-person companies to corporations with thousands of employees, our member organizations come in all different sizes and represent a broad spectrum of industries including manufacturing, engineering, agriculture, automotive, community service agencies, municipal and county governments, educational institutions, and more. More than 700 organizations are members of the EA. We’re humbled to say that many of them have been with us for more than 20 years.

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