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How to Give a Meaningful "Thank You"
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Mark Goulston believes that executives should exhibit their appreciation for a job well done and not rely solely on money and job security to satisfy their key subordinates.Executives should recognize that many of their assistants are sacrificing their personal lives and families, as they do their job. Goulston reminds us that study after study has shown that no one is immune from the motivating effects of acknowledgement and thanks. From the Harvard Business Review blog. Read more


Posted on February 24, 2013 at 8:25 PM
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