AFFORDABLE HIGH IMPACT TRAINING WORKSHOP
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 a great tool to raise the bar…become MORE effective.
Reduces turnover rates, increases employee morale and lowers workplace stress levels
Less than attending workshops, provides valued takeaway resources and includes follow up sessions
ENTHUSIASM. ENCOURAGEMENT. ENGAGEMENT
We had Brian from Learn2Appreciate come teach us about The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace. We are better equipped to show each other appreciation now that we have discovered our languages of appreciation. Thanks, Brian!”
It is with much enthusiasm that I am writing to recommend the invaluable presentation of The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace by Brian Reynolds. We were looking for a workshop that would speak to our leadership team and at the same time target the demographics of the area we serve locally. We were delighted by the information that Brian systematically presented. It was fresh, it was relevant, his teaching style was engaging and all who came to the seminar left with valuable tools to implement in their own life and in the framework of their specific company. I’m happy to recommend The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace course taught by Brian Reynolds.
Our staff set aside a day apart with Brian Reynolds to discover our individual languages of appreciation. It was a fun and enriching day where we gained greater insight into each other and learned how to better support each other and communicate the value that each person brings to the team. Brian was an excellent and patient facilitator. He answered our questions, dealt sensitively to any reservations that arose, challenged us to be better, and celebrated our team strengths. He also is a tremendous role model for appreciation and followed up with us soon after to see how we were applying the new information. At Plan to Protect we work together so well as a team but we know we can do better and build into each other’s lives, greater appreciation for each other. This course provided the momentum and skills to do just that.