Why leaders should listen to their workers' stories

10/9/2013 | Let's Grow Leaders

Rather than simply rewarding successful employees with a plaque or a pat on the back, try asking them to share their stories, Karin Hurt writes. Giving people time to talk about their achievements makes them feel valued and highlights the value of all the people who've helped them, Hurt explains. "Let the recognition emerge naturally from the storytelling," she writes.

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