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Are you aware of the difference between praise and honest appreciation?

Praising is like slapping on someone’s back, and is ...
Praising is like slapping on someone’s back, and is by definition understood top down. “Today, you did a good job” raises questions like: Yesterday I did not? Will I be praised tomorrow again? By the way, I think, I did a great job!
Honest appreciation is undeniably positive: Appreciation addresses a personal strength you observed and acknowledges the benefit it creates.

Do you seek more appreciation? Do you see somebody responsible?

Yes, of course! Everybody wants appreciation. The people ...
Yes, of course! Everybody wants appreciation. The people next to you are in charge of providing you with appreciation. Have you ever given an honest appreciation to your boss? He needs appreciation as much as you do. Regardless if he gets it from his co-workers, friends or staff members.

Are you expressing enough honest appreciation?

You are? Wow, in that case you are an exception! As a matter ...
You are? Wow, in that case you are an exception! As a matter of fact 98% state, that they do not receive enough appreciation. Obviously there is still some work left for you to bridge that gap.

What would be the impact of more appreciation exchanged within your team or company?

We experience, the more teams adopt giving honest ...
We experience, the more teams adopt giving honest appreciation the more they boost the growth of an appreciative culture. Following the principle “You reap, what you sow”. Picture the possible effects when you start acting accordingly with your business partners!
No doubt, appreciation will have positive impact on your results.

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What is kW-A?

kW-A is a unique online service that enables people to create appreciation on the basis of a certain structure and to exchange it electronically with people from their social environment ...

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Why written form?

You think you give appreciation
face-to-face anyway?
You think you give appreciation
face-to-face anyway? Cross your heart, how often did you do it, let’s say in the last two weeks? Did you truly give appreciation or was it perhaps just praise? Are you comfortable finding the right situation?
Cross check: How often did you receive appreciation face-to-face?
Giving appreciation requires practice and guidance. You have to pass the initial obstacles, and it makes sense to monitor your own progress. All these are reasons for the written form and on top of that the chance to account to yourself for your frequency of giving appreciation.