Appreciation goes a long way in motivating, building relationships, and encouraging positive morale. Here are just a few ways you can show coworkers and employees you appreciate them!
Say thank you. Something as simple as a thank you can make all the difference in turning around someone’s day or helping ensure their hard work has not gone unnoticed. Take the time to say thanks! Share a specific example of something they did for you and how it made a difference.
Uber or Black Cab – Which is Your HR Function?
I’ve used Uber a few times, but have to say I’ve been a Black Cab kind of girl for years and there is something familiar about them that makes me stick with them.
Yesterday though I started to think differently. My last few trips to London have involved a Cab ride, none of the drivers have known where to go and the cost, compared to what an Uber would have been almost double the cost and the card machines haven’t been working so cash has been paid, one driver even dropping me at a cash machine.
Recently I was asked to speak at a leadership event for representatives from all over NHS Scotland, to share some examples of what we had experienced as the critical success factors for delivering improvements in organisations, to ensure lasting results.
Upon reflection, it certainly felt that the 10 factors to deliver sustainable improvements, had a lot of resonance with the challenges and the opportunities the NHS faces at 70.
A big thank you to Russ Miles who hosted our most recent TTN event, 'Business Innovation in Conjunction with New Technologies'. It was a great evening that raised lots of thought provoking discussion. See below for a brief summary of the points covered.