MarketWatch provided an excellent analysis of the ratio of private sector output to labor as compensation. Unfortunately, the analyst forgot the true influence of automation and productivity gains since 1955. ...
It doesn’t cost anything to be nice. It’s a great saying and true. A study by the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business Center for Positive Organizations provides a guideline to assist everyone in improving tram moral. Remember shallow comments don’t add value. Affirmations that are meaningful and effective include the following:
- Create a positive first impression
- Communicate the value each person brings to the team
- Describe your team positively if they feel undervalued
Article Link: https://michiganross.umich.edu/ross-news-blog/2017/08/08/challenge-say-nice-things-about-your-colleagues-week-you-won-t-regret-it?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_university%3BjkKCH4yZSLOu3daJ43sZUA%3D%3D
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