Is it time to toot someone else's horn?

01/19/2012 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Everyone thinks workers should receive credit for the good work they do, but too few bosses follow through in practice, writes Joel Garfinkle. It doesn't have to be that way, and a single person can make a big difference, Garfinkle argues. "A credit-sharing culture doesn't have to be a fairy tale," he writes. "In fact, you can help create one by being the person at your company who always goes out of your way to tell others what a great job they are doing."

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