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  • Writer's pictureWendi Pannell

Five Days to a Gratitude-Boosted Workplace: Your Guide to Cultivating a Culture of Appreciation

I'm extremely grateful to have been part of multiple organizations that really championed a Vibe of Thanks-Giving. In the coming week, I'll be your guide, dishing out daily tips over 5 days on how you can whip up or jazz up that culture in a jiffy. And hey, here's a pro tip - once you roll out anything new in your company, don't forget to catch some feedback and keep tweaking. That’s the secret sauce to keep the culture game strong and fun!


Day 1 - Elevate your approach to cultivating a culture of gratitude with these 3 invaluable tips..


1. Regular Recognition Programs

Implement a formal recognition program where employees are acknowledged for their hard work and contributions. This could include quarterly awards that are announced during existing quarterly meetings. Start with one award and then expand them to your cultural pillars. One possible option is to present an Above and Beyond award that acknowledges the exceptional contributions of a team member who went the extra mile in supporting the organization, exceeding the expectations of their role. 

2. Set the Example, Expressing Appreciation from Leadership

Leaders play a crucial role in shaping the workplace culture. Encourage leaders to express gratitude regularly. This can be done through personalized thank-you notes, public acknowledgments, or by highlighting individual and team achievements in company communications. When employees see leadership expressing gratitude, it sets a positive tone for the entire organization.

3.Create a Thankful Environment

You can infuse a culture of gratitude into the everyday environment by creating a <electronic> "gratitude wall" where employees can post notes of appreciation, incorporating thank-you messages in internal communications, or setting aside time during team meetings for expressing thanks. Making gratitude a visible and integral part of the workplace reinforces its importance.


These practices help build a workplace where gratitude is not just a one-time occurrence but a fundamental aspect of the company's culture.

Make it a great day,


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