Creating a Culture of Appreciation at Work
Workplace culture is not only a “hot topic” but an important issue.
In his research of both toxic workplaces and healthy, vibrant workplaces, Dr. White identified core issues necessary to build a positive culture of authentic appreciation (as opposed to “going through the motions” employee recognition activities).
Join Dr. White and Reflektive to learn how appreciation helps an organization become more productive, the difference between recognition and appreciation, and practical steps to create a more positive workplace.
- The cost to an organization and its team members when employees don’t feel valued
- The critical differences between employee recognition and authentic appreciation
- Simple actions each individual can take to begin to create a culture of appreciation in their workplace
Our Presenter, Paul White, Ph.D.
Dr. White is co-author of the bestselling “5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace” (along with Dr. Gary Chapman) and the author of “The Vibrant Workplace: Overcoming the Obstacles to Building a Culture of Appreciation.”
He has spoken on four continents and his company’s resources are used by more than 400 colleges and universities, hospitals, government agencies, public schools, nonprofits, and businesses such as Eli Lilly, Microsoft, DIRECTV, NASA, ExxonMobil, and MillerCoors. He has published articles in and been interviewed by numerous media sources, including Fast Company, Bloomberg Business, Entreprenuer.com, U.S. News & World Report, and HuffPost.