One thing I like some discussion about is along the lines of
"appreciation", and how and why we need to "appreciate" others in all
aspects of our lives. Whether facing frustrations, obstacles, or great
achievements, it seems to me a critical factor, not just one of
"acknowledging" the "employee of the month" or giving "bonuses", or a
gratuituous "pat on the back" but genuine and honest appreciation of
others. To me, not appreciating, is just setting up another barrier to
being a compassionate human, not just an "ineffective" manager. Nor is
non-appreciation an unimportant part of personal and organisational
Thanks very much.
"William McQueen" <email@example.com>
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