What if you could flip a switch enabling your employees to be 31 % more productive and 37 % better at sales, leading to an environment that delivered 3.9 times the earnings per share growth rate compared to your competitors?
The ability to do this is already within your grasp – and it’s easy. You just need to learn how to harness it – through workplace gratitude.
Everything you need to know about using gratitude to drive your business, and the happiness of those around you, is in our newest eBook, Workplace Gratitude: Why It’s So Effective – and The Profoundly Positive Change it Can Bring for Your Employees, Your Company and You. It explains the science behind gratitude, provides the history of successful gratitude practices and lists practical steps you can easily follow to create a culture of gratitude to increase employee engagement and boost your bottom line.
Some of the highlights:
Gratitude feels good. The feeling of gratitude activates a region of our brain that releases dopamine, a neurotransmitter associated with pleasure. Simply put, gratitude makes us feel good, and can even be addictive!
Gratitude improves our health. Gratitude has amazing health benefits. It has been associated with a stronger immune system, fewer perceived aches and pains and lower blood pressure. Think about how that will decrease employee sick days!
Gratitude improves employee performance. Studies show that employers who regularly thank employees substantially outperform those that don’t. An added bonus: companies with employee recognition programs experience a 22 percent lower turnover rate than organizations without one!
Gratitude is not that common at U.S. companies. Studies show that Americans are less likely to feel or express gratitude at work than anyplace else. In fact, they rank their current jobs dead last in a list of things they’re grateful for. (That’s all the more reason you need this book!)
The Workplace Gratitude eBook is filled with real-life examples of companies that have harnessed the power of gratitude. For example, the software company SAS consistently ranks among the “Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For” due to its impressive gratitude program. It includes a trip to corporate headquarters and a tour of the CEO’s famous rock collection. Another example is Zappos’ customer service program where agents regularly send get well and congratulations cards to their clients, as a way to thank them for their business. Both types of programs ensure continuing loyalty. You see, gratitude doesn’t have to be high cost; but it does have to be meaningful.
Here’s a peek at the Workplace Gratitude Table of Contents, six good reasons to download a copy today.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: What is Gratitude?
Chapter 2: The Science Behind Gratitude
Chapter 3: Workplace Gratitude Makes Good Business ‘Cents’
Chapter 4: The Power of the ‘Thank You’ Note
Chapter 5: Celebrate Gratitude!
Chapter 6: The Art of Gratitude: Mini Case Studies
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