At Juice, we are constantly talking about “love at work”—that is, how leaders can use emotional engagement techniques to create a high-performing, profitable organization.
So imagine my delight when I saw this article in the Wall Street Journal!
A recent University of Pennsylvania study proves exactly what we’ve been saying all along: that “compassionate love” can help businesses lower employee absenteeism and increase employee satisfaction.
Through small acts of kindness—even something as simple as bringing a cup of coffee to an employee who has been working late—leaders can cultivate a warm and caring environment where employees are inspired to do their absolute best work.
Studies like this only serve to reinforce what we at Juice have firmly believed for more than a decade: that tapping into people’s emotional needs is the key to energizing them, and reaping all kinds of business benefits.
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February is Love Month at Juice Inc.! Create an online account with Juice through the end of February, and receive your own FREE web version of Brady Wilson’s Love At Work: Why Passion Drives Performance In The Feelings Economy. This free offer is a value of $23.95. This offer is only available until February 28: get your copy today!
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