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Updated: 2017-05-26T03:55:59.049-05:00

 



Very relevant, Amy Beth. Our timing is interesting...

2007-01-28T17:59:00.000-05:00

Very relevant, Amy Beth. Our timing is interesting. In order to prepare for a last minute presentation in November, I grabbed a bunch of resource material at the library on retention (to supplement what I was going to say and offer additional authorities). There was one book that I didn't really want to borrow but I grabbed it anyway. The title was provocative -- The Invisible Employee by Gostick and Elton (incidentally, the quote Kevin Wheeler!).

I made notes about some of the highlights and things we especially need to remember.

They also point out 50 different ways to acknowledge a person's accomplishments.

It's good to see that all of us agree; it is very important to acknowledge the positive. Consider all the loyalty it engenders, not to mention inspiration to do more.