Praising Employees and Yourself

Praising Employees and Yourself

Everyone needs praise. It is hardwired into us. Praise triggers the release of chemicals in our brains that causes us to feel pleasure. Praise reinforces the right thinking and behavior in others. In addition, everyone has insecurities from time to time about their standing or performance within a company. It is easy to feel that people do not know how good you are. The key is that you cannot wait for someone’s approval to continue to do good work and raise the bar. If you need a pep talk, get one. If no one is around, give yourself one. Ultimately, it is your responsibility to do great work.

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