Personnel: Peer Recognition Can Boost Team Morale

May 13, 2015

Employee appreciation shouldn’t just come from managers or supervisors, psychologist Paul White writes in Entrepreneur.

Instead, companies should foster a culture of peer recognition, where employees are encouraged to outwardly recognize and support one another’s work and efforts.

“When team members feel valued not only by their supervisor but also by their colleagues – and when they accept responsibility to encourage and recognize the good work others are doing – a positive “snowball effect” occurs that can be virtually impossible to stop,” White writes.

Entrepreneur has the full story.

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