You Can Make Their Day


You Can Make Their Day – 11-01-2011


Feeling valued by their supervisor in the workplace is key to high employee motivation and morale. Feeling valued ranks right up there for most people with liking the work, competitive pay, opportunities for training and advancement, and feeling “in” on the latest news.

The preceding quote is from the latest “DFS Learning e-Blast” article, “You Can Make Their Day”, by Susan M. Heathfield.

In this posting on the author provides 10 “supremely simple” actions you can take right now to truly make your employees’ day, year, and even their whole experience in working for you and your organization.

At great companies, such as DFS, our focus must be on driving uniquely individualized experiences for our customers.  To achieve this, we must provide our employees at every level with uniquely individualized working experiences.  The time and attention you pay to your people by using these 10 actions will make all the difference.  Make your team’s day today!

More from the article:

Building high employee motivation and morale is both challenging and yet supremely simple. Building high employee motivation and morale requires that you pay attention every day to profoundly meaningful aspects of your impact on life at work.

Read the short article to learn more!

Mike Osorio, your Dare to be Contagious! ™ strategist

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One Response to You Can Make Their Day

  1. Hi Mike, having a highly motivated and engaged team is critical for any top performing organization. Thanks for the tips. I am also blogging at if you are interested in following.

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