What is Learn2Appreciate?
About Brian Reynolds
Radio interview with Scott Duncan host of “Sharing The Burden”
Why Learn2Appreciate ?Affordable high impact training
You may be thinking that everyone already gets along well with each other in your organization and you don’t need to spend time and money on a workshop. Maybe your teams are the greatest and everyone loves getting up in the morning and racing through your door to tackle the tasks of the day. While this could be the case, The 5 Languages of Appreciation is not designed just for organizations who seem to have low engagement issues. It’s also a great tool to raise the bar…become MORE effective! Be known as the organization where employee turnover is low; stress is low; tardiness and sickness is low; morale is high; engagement is high; customer service is high; sales are high; productivity is high. When Should I Plan The 5 Languages of Appreciation at Work Training? Lunch N’ Learn sessions; Health and Wellness session; Mini retreat; Manager conference; Team leaders meetings; New training initiative; Launch of new company direction.
Reduces turnover rates
Increases employee morale
Reduces stress levels
Less than attending workshops
Valued takeaway resources
Followup session included
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The English Oxford dictionary defines it as “Intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval.” Participants receive a spark, inspiration or “Ah –Ha” moment. Understanding and demonstrating the concepts and importance of authentic appreciation injects enthusiasm leading to a positive effect in a company’s culture. Enthusiasm is contagious!
Everyone needs to be encouraged! Whether you’re the president, owner, supervisor or front-line worker of an organization we all thrive in an atmosphere of appreciation. Participants learn what actions will encourage others in the workplace. “The greatest asset I possess and the way to develop the best that is in a person is by appreciation and encouragement.” (Charles Schwab).
Organizations use rewards and recognition programs to increase employee engagement. Unfortunately, many of these programs are costly and ineffective and can actually backfire. Communicating the language of appreciation that is important to each individual hits the mark and has a positive effect on the organization’s culture.