It sounds like common sense to say thank you to those who work for you and work with you, but it in reality this common sense wisdom is not practiced as much as it should be.
Some people say they don’t have time or can’t afford to show appreciation; others may have good intentions but just never think of it in the moment.
But if you think of it in terms of payoff–giving you and your organization more stability and less turnover (and, as a result, greater efficiency and cost-effectiveness)–it’s about investing in an important relationship.
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Recognizing good work can have significant payoffs for those who work with you and for you.