Working Conversations Episode 123:

Micro-acknowledgment and Why It’s Hard to do Remotely

Have you ever experienced the subtle power of micro-acknowledgment in the workplace?

The moment when a simple glance or nod communicates agreement, respect, or admiration for a colleague's idea or example?

These seemingly small gestures hold tremendous weight in fostering a positive work environment.

But here's the catch – in the virtual and hybrid work environment, micro-acknowledgment is often overlooked or lost in the digital realm. And that could be detrimental to your company culture and talent retention.

The lack of micro-acknowledgment can leave you feeling disconnected, undervalued, and unmotivated. It's a pain point that many remote or hybrid employees face daily.

In this episode, I unravel the significance of micro-acknowledgment and delve into why it's challenging to execute in remote or hybrid workplaces.

Amidst the ever-changing dynamics of work, nurturing virtual connections is more crucial than ever. Don't let your workplace relationships miss out on the power of micro-acknowledgment.

Join me as I share valuable insights and practical ideas on how to harness the power of micro-acknowledgment to elevate your team connections and nurture a thriving virtual company culture.

Tune in to gain valuable insights and enhance team morale and cohesion.

Listen and catch the full episode here or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can also watch it and replay it on my YouTube channel, JanelAndersonPhD.

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