THE 5 LANGUAGES OF APPRECIATION IN THE WORKPLACE

Let us all understand the 5 love languages which will help us to better collaborate at scale. Have you ever heard about the 5 love languages Words of Affirmation, Acts of Service, Receiving Gifts, Quality Time, and Physical Touch. Want to know more about this come on Let’s discuss in detail!

Did you ever understand the which is the prime of 5 languages of others so that your actions can be in alignment to their languages which will bring a better collaboration at scale. which will be of great help in your coaching conversations.

we will be discussing how at work, people express and receive appreciation in different ways. If you try to express appreciation in ways that aren’t meaningful to your co-workers, they may not feel valued at all. This is because you and your co-workers are speaking different languages. These insights are from The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, by Dr. Chapman and Dr. White which will help you identify the five languages of appreciation in order to: 1.Express genuine appreciation to co-workers and staff — even on a tight budget. 2. Increase loyalty with the employees and volunteers in your organization. 3. Reduce cynicism and create a more positive work environment. 4. Improve your ability to show appreciation for difficult colleagues. 5. Convey the language of physical touch in appropriate ways.

Based on the #1 New York Times bestseller, The 5 Love Languages, Dr. Chapman and Dr. White which gives you practical steps to make any workplace environment more encouraging and productive, This talk will be an enlightened one for sure for the target audience.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Talk

The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, by Dr. Chapman and Dr. White which will help you identify the five languages of appreciation in order to:

1.Express genuine appreciation to co-workers and staff — even on a tight budget

2. Increase loyalty with the employees and volunteers in your organization

3. Reduce cynicism and create a more positive work environment

4. Improve your ability to show appreciation for difficult colleagues

5. Convey the language of physical touch in appropriate ways

Learning Outcome

Understand the 5 love languages. The best way to start building relationship health is to better understand yourself.

Love is a choice you make every day - Gary Chapman

Target Audience

Agile Enthusiasts, Change Agents, Scrum Master, Agile Coach

Prerequisites for Attendees

Get ready to play this activity based learning

schedule Submitted 8 months ago

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