If going to work feels like walking onto the set of “The Walking Dead,” leadership might be the cause of your office’s zombie apocalypse. Emphasizing the tasks you need employees to complete — instead of the end goals — can produce that effect.
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By Sue Bingham. When leaders show gratitude in a meaningful way, it elevates employees’ spirits, shows them they’re valued and appreciated, and gives context to the hard work they do every day. But you have to do more than say “good job” at the end of a hard day.