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Ten Ways to Encourage Others in the Workplace
By Annalisa Berkey
How often do you give or receive encouragement? If you were asked to encourage five people a day, would you find it challenging? I was asked to do this recently, and it was more difficult than I thought it would be. It seemed forced and perhaps insincere. At the same time, I was hoping that it didn’t come across superficial. Realizing that most of us aren’t used to giving and receiving compliments unless maybe from a close friend, family member, or significant other, it kept me from feeling like a complete phony. After all, if it doesn’t come readily, the only way to learn is by practicing.
Think about the last time you gave encouragement. Maybe you are one of the few people naturally gifted in encouraging others. But if you’re like the majority of us, it is something that you have to intentionally practice in order for it to become something that flows with more regularity and normalcy.