Gratitude

A recent article, A Little Gratitude Can Go a Long Way by Jacqueline Whitmore says that success is more fulfilling when you are grateful—thanking all the helpful people in your life personally and professionally. While it is sometimes easier to be thankful in our personal lives, we shouldn’t forget to incorporate gratitude into our work lives as well.

Here are tips to foster gratefulness in your business in executive suites Denver.

  1. Cultivate the habit of being grateful in your organization. Gratefulness fosters a better quality of life and reduces stress. Make it a habit to start every meeting in meeting space Denver on a positive note. Appreciate the whole team for their hard work and dedication, give credit where credit is due. Also, you can ask staff to share kind thoughts and something to be thankful for every day.
  2. Don’t hesitate to show your gratitude to the people who work hard and help your company succeed. Recognize their hard work and dedication by saying “thanks, keep up the good work” or a pat on the back can go a long way.  You can also express your gratitude by rewarding them in kind with something such as a gift card to a local coffee shop or offer a surprise bonus of a few extra hours leave. Your gratitude will motivate them to continue to help you grow your business.
  3. Be sincere when expressing gratitude. Verbalize your gratitude wholeheartedly and thank them in person.  Cite your reason or an instance of what the other person did to cause you to be thankful for their words, efforts or consideration. Your appreciation will be valued even higher and will inspire others to pay it forward.

Conclusion

Gratitude is one great factor to success and happiness. Looking for a workplace where your team will be happy and grateful every day? YourOffice is looking forward to help you attain this goal.  YourOffice offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: flexible office space, team office space and virtual office packages. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology.

How do you practice gratitude in your business? Let’s see your comments below.  We will be grateful to see you on Twitter and Google Plus.

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