Which team culture do you think is more productive: one that regularly includes positive affirmation and genuine expression of gratefulness, or one that includes minimal feedback and more tasks being given out than moments of gratitude? It’s probably a no-brainer.
As a leader, you may want to be genuinely positive and grateful to your team, but if it isn’t something that comes naturally to you, starting a regular practice of gratitude and creating a belonging culture might appear like too daunting of a task.
On this episode, Trina Lee, manager of the 4word Mentor Program and non-profit professional, offers simple and genuine ways that you can bolster company culture with gratitude. She also shares examples of how she has implemented gratitude into her belonging culture at work.
Links for this episode:
The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace: Empowering Organizations by Encouraging People
Trina Lee is a non-profit professional. She leads the U.S. sponsorship team for Africa New Life, which is transforming the lives of over 11,000 students in Rwanda. Trina is also part of the 4word team, manages the 4word Mentor Program, and has personally paired nearly 700 mentor pairs together. She’s been part of 4word since 2011 and serves on the 4word: Portland leadership team.