High-performing organizations deliver roughly five times as many positive statements (supportive, appreciative, encouraging) as negative ones (critical, disapproving, contradictory). That’s because our brains focus on negative feedback more than positive feedback. Correct your employees, even criticize or confront them, but do so in a positive context.
People who experience more positive emotions enjoy better relationships and are more resilient in response to negative events. Be intentional about doing things that bring you joy. Practice gratitude, engage in acts of kindness, exercise and reminisce about positive experiences.
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