Gratitude is Short for Great Attitude!
These are strange times. Not surprisingly, a majority of today’s workforce reports feeling lonely, overwhelmed, nervous and anxious. People often report increased feelings of isolation, along with increased workloads. And it’s rare for most people to talk about this stuff with anyone outside of the immediate family. So taking an active approach to your team’s emotional and social wellness now is arguably more important than ever.
Some of the documented benefits of expressing gratitude include increased happiness and resiliency, greater life satisfaction, reduced burnout and enhanced physical health through better sleep. On a group level, expressing gratitude strengthens relationships and increases pro-social behavior, job satisfaction and productivity. According to PwC, every dollar spent on emotional wellbeing yields an astonishing $2.30 return in productivity.
As the Gratitude Guru, virtual facilitator Chris Schembra is as engaging as he is insightful. Chris knows firsthand the power of gratitude to improve just about every facet of life. Check out his latest webinar for a sneak peek into what it means to promote gratitude and fuel positivity within your team.