Webinar: How to Build a Culture of Gratitude (And Why It's So Important)

May 31, 2019 Aaron Kinne


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It seems gratitude and its impact on workplace culture is one of the hottest topics in HR today.

But to those of us at Workhuman®, gratitude – as expressed through Social Recognition® – has been part of our DNA for quite some time. So much so that this year an entire content track – “Applying the Value of Gratitude” – was dedicated to the topic at Workhuman® Live 2019 in Nashville.

I had the privilege of attending and reporting on those sessions, so I’m particularly excited to share more information about an upcoming webinar hosted by Workhuman on Thursday, June 6.

Register now >

“How to build a culture of gratitude (and why it’s so important)” – featuring  Workhuman data scientist Alan Medinger and HR business partner and organizational psychologist Sharon Pollard – will draw on the vast data troves of the Workhuman® Analytics & Research Institute and real-life experiences of Workhuman customers such as Baystate Health, LinkedIn, and Cardinal Health. These leading experts will explore proven, time-tested strategies for building a culture shaped by gratitude.  

Alan and Sharon will show you how gratitude can be built into every organizational process that involves people – social recognition, performance management, service milestones, life events, and beyond. They’ll explore how gratitude:

  • Promotes strong teamwork and camaraderie
  • Lays a foundation of organizational positivity and social connection
  • Boosts well-being and resilience
  • Boosts culture, retention, and engagement

In short, the more gratitude in a company, the better it performs. And that isn’t just a hypothesis.

I know I’ve already marked my calendar for this must-attend event. Shouldn’t you?

Register now >

About the Author

Aaron Kinne

Aaron Kinne is a senior writer at Workhuman.

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