JS Tip 243: From the Leadership Workshops: Say “Thank You”
Think about the word: Thanksgiving.
Saying “Thank you.”
Saying “Thank you” to your co-workers and others around you.
“Charlie, I’m grateful for your help on the Anderson project. Thank you.”
“Mandy, your positive attitude keeps this office sane. Thank you.”
“Chris, thank you for your advice yesterday. It really helped.”
Saying “Thank you” (giving thanks) bonds co-workers. It builds the workplace. It’s the right thing to do. We should do it all year round, not just at the end of November.
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