#13: The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace
We chat to Dr Paul White, experienced psychologist & speaker, and co-author of book The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace. Originally published at https://www.get5.io/podcast/13-dr-paul-white-5-languages-of-appreciation-in-workplace Dr Paul White is a psychologist, author, keynote speaker, leadership trainer & consultant who has been helping organisations like Microsoft and SHRM“make work relationships work” for the past 20 years. He co-authored The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace: Empowering Organizations by Encouraging People with Dr Gary Chapmanand based the work on Dr Chapman’s revolutionary and popular The 5 Love Languages. Their book has recently been republished with new insights added from Gallup and other current research into employee engagement and happiness. Dr White’s work is all about helping people in organisations give the kind of appreciation that helps individuals flourish in their roles — whether they respond best to words of affirmation 💬, quality time 🕰, acts of service 🛠, tangible gifts 🎁 or physical touch 🤝. “Not everyone feels appreciated in the same way.” Timestamp notes: 0.33 — Who is Dr Paul White? 2.00 — The science behind the book, The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace. 3.15 — Why just saying ‘thanks’ doesn’t work. 6.50 — The most common mistakes with recognition in organisations. 8.04 — “It’s not about the big stuff.” 9.12 — Recognition: top-down vs. peer-to-peer. 11.50 — An average day for Paul.
Duration: 13 min