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Grateful Leadership: Using the Power of Acknowledgement to Egrateful Leadership: Using the Power of Acknowledgement to Engage All Yout People and Achieve Superior Results Ngage All Yout People and Achieve Superior Results Judith W Umlas

Grateful Leadership: Using the Power of Acknowledgement to Egrateful Leadership: Using the Power of Acknowledgement to Engage All Yout People and Achieve Superior Results Ngage All Yout People and Achieve Superior Results

Judith W Umlas

Published October 12th 2012
ISBN : 9780071799539
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256 pages
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Go Grateful--have the courage to learn, the vision tolead, and the passion to grow.When employees are engaged, they are passionate and feel a deeper connection to their work. Grateful Leadership is an essential approach for leaders who want toMoreGo Grateful--have the courage to learn, the vision tolead, and the passion to grow.When employees are engaged, they are passionate and feel a deeper connection to their work. Grateful Leadership is an essential approach for leaders who want to achieve the bottom line and foster a valuedrivenworkforce to build stronger professional relationships with customers, stakeholders, and employees.Grateful Leadership shows how to create a more positive and meaningful connection between you and the people you lead. These skills are a catalyst for making immediatepositive changes in your workplace that will enhance productivity, reputation, and overall performance.Leadership training expert Judith W. Umlas provides the rationale, tools, and methodology to build a company culture based on the free expression of gratitude, and she reveals simple but remarkably effective ways for leadersto build a culture in which each individual employee possesses: Courage to make important decisionsWillingness to take initiativeTrust in the organization and fellow employeesMotivation to strive for continuous improvementAcknowledgment is a basic human need and a powerful motivator--people want to make a difference. In a culture of gratitude, employees stay- unappreciated employees leave.Your company will benefit from the many Grateful Leadership stories from leaders such as Walter Robb, co-CEO of Whole Foods Market, that attest to the fact that when you appreciate, acknowledge, and affirm the essential contributions of employees, you unlock their potential to deliver superior results and enable your business to meet stakeholder expectations and outperform.Grateful Leadership is a best-practices guidebookto employee engagement, staff retention, and increased productivity. Motivate and inspire your team, your organization, your customers, and, yes, yourself by following the books actionable next steps for implementinga culture based on acknowledgment, appreciation, and gratitude.A road map for leaders to cultivate more engaged, value-driven workforces. -- Joanna Durand, Managing Director, Citigroup- Chair, Citi Program ManagementCouncil- Head, Citi Global Program Management OfficeProvides the missing link for leaders who want to retain their best employees and guide their companies to maximum performance. -- Marci Shimoff, New York Times bestselling author of Happy for No Reason, Love for No Reason, and Chicken Soup for the Womans SoulGratitude is . . . a key to inspiring high performance in the workplace. Grateful Leadershipoffers essential knowledge of the why and how of this life-enhancing skill of emotional intelligence. -- Michael J. Gelb, author of How to Think Like Leonardo da VinciA deeply engaging and practical guide that will help leaders more fully express their humanity and thereby create more endearing and enduring organizations. -- Raj Sisodia, founder and Chairman, Conscious Capitalism Institute, and author of Conscious Capitalism and Firms of EndearmentJust when I thought I had fi gured out the concept of servant leadership, I ran across an outstanding resource, Grateful Leadership, that opened up a whole new level of appreciation for what can actually be accomplished. -- Steven DelGrosso, PMP, Director, Project Management Competency, IBM Project Management Center of ExcellenceI hope that more leaders will get enthused and become Grateful Leaders within their organizations. -- Grant Wren, CHRP, Manager, Human Resources & Safety, Amway Canada CorporationA must-read for any manager or team leader in any corporation. -- Richard D. Vega, Senior Vice President, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney