David Sturt : February 27, 2018

WHAT’S THE SECRET OF A GREAT WORKPLACE?

LEARN THE DO’S AND DON’TS OF SHOWING APPRECIATION IN THE WORKPLACE AND WHAT EMPLOYEES WANT MOST 

Employee Appreciation Day is March 2 

DAVID STURT

NYT bestselling Author and Workplace Leadership Expert

While not every workplace may be as extreme as depicted in any given episode of The Office – every place of business in America is likely in need of some sort of a makeover. And while appreciation is everywhere – from statues erected of people who impacted our world, to buildings and parks named after community leaders – we do not see enough appreciation in the one place where it is needed most: at work.

A recent study proves that appreciation and recognition is the number one thing employees say their managers could do to inspire great work. When employees participate in all three aspects of recognition moments—meaning they give recognition, receive recognition, and observe recognition—companies witness a 591% increase of employees who say they are engaged.

In time for Employee Appreciation Day, author and workplace leadership expert David Sturt is available for live interviews toprovide tips on how to show appreciation in the workplace. He will discuss everything from the do’s and don’ts of showing and receiving appreciation, to how we can create a culture of recognition in the workplace. He will also discuss tips provided in his book, Appreciate: Celebrating People, Inspiring Greatness”.

 

 

MORE ABOUT DAVID STURT

David Sturt is an executive vice president at O.C. Tanner, the global leader in employee recognition and workplace culture. He is a New York Times bestselling author of Great Work: How to Make a Difference People Loveand has been recognized as one of the top three strategists in the incentive industry.  His work and interviews have been published in the Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, and NPR, and he co-authors a weekly leadership column on Forbes.com. David has also spoken at TEDx and to thousands of business leaders at conferences and companies all over the world.

Produced for: O.C. Tanner (one mention)

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