Have you ever been late to a meeting or wanted to show your appreciation to a team member but haven’t? Here are three reasons why the power of gratitude is important:
1. Reduces negativity: Instead of apologizing for being late to a meeting, thank the individual for taking the time to wait and meet with you. This will then have a positive impact on the individual.
2. Enhances relationships: People will feel appreciated when you thank them for their talents or actions.
3. Improves productivity and results: According to research, being grateful helps us learn and improves problem-solving skills.
– Katie Armes, The SWFL 100