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Grateful Leadership: Using the Power of Acknowledgment to Engage All Your People and Achieve Superior Results by Judith W. Umlas

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Chapter 10WHEN EMPLOYEES FEEL VALUED, THEY STOP PLAYING HOOKY

Principle #6:Acknowledgment improves physical and emotional well-being.

There is much scientific evidence that gratitude improves overall well-being, alertness and energy, diminishes stress and negativity, thus boosting the immune system. This causes us to believe that when Grateful Leaders acknowledge others, it has similar effects on them, and greatly improves their well-being and sense of purpose. It also improves your own health and well-being to lead in this way.

Gratefulness, an inward-felt and articulated acknowledgment, has long been heralded as a virtue essential for health and well-being. It turns out that acknowledgment and gratitude are not just beneficial for your team ...

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