Недавно был топик, где автору было неуютно, что ее как человека вообще игнорируют. В комментариях понаписали, что «это же работа».
А я ее очень хорошо понимаю.
Смотрю, сегодня и Harvard Business как раз на эту тему статью на LinkedIn опубликовал.
Очень в точку!!!
Why Employees Need Both Recognition and Appreciation
Recognition and appreciation. We often use these words interchangeably, and think of them as the same thing. But while they’re both important, there’s a big difference between them. For leaders who want their teams to thrive and organizations that want to create cultures of engagement, loyalty, and high performance, it’s important to understand the distinction.
Recognition is about giving positive feedback based on results or performance. Sometimes this happens in a formal way: an award, a bonus, a promotion, a raise. Sometimes recognition is given more informally: a verbal thank you, a handwritten note. All of these methods can be meaningful, especially if they’re done in a timely and genuine way. They’re also motivating and exciting — everyone wants their good work to be applauded.
Appreciation, on the other hand, is about acknowledging a person’s inherent value. The point isn’t their accomplishments. It’s their worth as a colleague and a human being.
In simple terms, recognition is about what people do; appreciation is about who they are. <...>