Quick Answers to Frequently Asked Questions in the Workplace Paul White
Quick Answers to Frequently Asked Questions in the Workplace
Paul White
1. Appreciation at Work Overview 4 MINS
2. The Problem With Employee ... 2 MINS
3. Appreciation Is Not Just ... 1 MIN
4. Appreciation vs. Recognition 2 MINS
5. Employee Engagement 3 MINS
6. How Appreciation Helps Change ... 2 MINS
7. How to Help Your Staff Avoid ... 2 MINS
8. Managing People Different From ... 1 MIN
9. The Declining Importance of ... 2 MINS
10. The Power of Appreciation From ... 2 MINS
11. Two Misconceptions Leaders Have ... 2 MINS
12. Why Do Employees Often Question ... 4 MINS
13. Why Do Mangers Get Tired of ... 3 MINS
14. Why Employee Engagement Isn't ... 4 MINS
15. Why Employees Don't Want To Be ... 3 MINS
16. Why Employees Quit 1 MIN
17. Why is There so Much Negativity ... 4 MINS
18. Why Most Employee Recognition ... 3 MINS
19. Why Don't Some People Seem to ... 3 MINS
Join Dr. Paul White, author of 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, as he answers some common questions related to the workplace. If you are considering whether to begin utilizing The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace as a resource, this video series provides a snapshot of how it can be beneficial and the ways it can be incorporated. Dr. White also shares insights into the dynamics of employee engagement and retention. 
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It happens all the time: a leader reads a book or goes to a conference and learns great new ideas for their organization. But when they try to implement changes, nothing budges. Why?  Because work cultures are deeply rooted.  The Vibrant Workplace was created to give workplace leaders a thorough understanding of the most common obstacles to building a positive workplace. Not only will you learn the issues underlying those challenges, but you’ll gain the tools and strategies needed to overcome them.

Combining real-life examples with professional advice and research, Dr. Paul White offers a guide to uprooting negativity and cultivating authentic appreciation and resiliency in the workplace. Any workplace can become more positive and grow towards health. It just takes knowledge of the core challenges and the skills to navigate them, which is exactly what this book provides. After watching these videos, you will be equipped to successfully transform a workplace environment, infuse it with authentic appreciation, and deal with the real-life challenges faced in daily work settings.
1. Introduction 3 MINS
2. When Workplace Culture Stifles ... 5 MINS
3. The Challenge of Busyness 4 MINS
4. The Challenge of Differences 3 MINS
5. Bonus 1: How Are You Offended? 5 MINS
6. Bonus 2: Why Leaders Aren't ... 4 MINS
7. Bonus 3: DISC and Languages of ... 3 MINS
8. Bonus 4: Appreciation and ... 2 MINS
Learn how to thrive in—or escape from—a toxic work environment.

Many employees experience the reality of bullying bosses, poisonous people, and soul-crushing cultures on a daily basis. In Rising Above a Toxic Workplace, Dr Paul White describes the main components of toxic workplaces and provides insight in dealing with them. This is a true source of hope and practical guidance to those who find themselves in an unhealthy work environment.

  • Learn the 3 main workplace characteristics that make a workplace truly toxic, and strategies to combat them to improve the health of your workplace
  • Tips to identify if your boss is truly toxic and how to survive working for them
  • Practical guidance for how to work with colleagues who are dysfunctional
  • Strategies for maintaining your sanity when working in an unhealthy environment
  • Advice to consider when deciding to quit your job and how to move forward
1. Introduction: Why Learn about ... 1 MIN
2. Toxic Workplaces: Sick Systems 9 MINS
3. Toxic Workplaces: Dysfunctional ... 4 MINS
4. Toxic Workplaces: A Personal ... 5 MINS
5. Toxic Workplaces: Conclusion – ... 5 MINS
How Important is Appreciation in the Workplace?

79% of employees who quit their jobs cite lack of appreciation as a key reason for leaving. Branham, L. (2005) The 7 Hidden Reasons Employees Leave.

81% say they are motivated to work harder when their boss shows appreciation for their work. Glassdoor (2013)

Yet leaders are missing the mark!

51% of managers believe they do a good job of recognizing employees. SHRM/Globoforce (2012)

17% of employees believe their manager does a good job of recognizing them. SHRM/Globoforce (2012)

Why such a disconnect? Because not everyone feels appreciated in the same ways. Each person has a specific “language” that, when used, communicates a clear message that they are appreciated. Based on the #1 New York Times bestseller, The 5 Love Languages®, Dr. White will give you practical steps to make any workplace environment more encouraging and productive. Before you know it, you will learn to speak and understand the unique languages of appreciation and feel truly valued in return.
Trailer 2 MINS
1. Introduction by Dr. Gary ... 3 MINS
2. The Importance of Appreciation 6 MINS
3. Introduction to the 5 Languages ... 7 MINS
4. Putting the 5 Languages to Work 6 MINS
5. Making the 5 Languages of ... 7 MINS
6. Bonus Video: Remote Employees 7 MINS
Over 300,000 people have begun to implement the concepts of The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace. As a result, they have had some questions as challenges arose. This series of videos addresses nine of the most Frequently Ask Questions about the 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace:

  • Is it possible to reward an employee without spending a lot of money?
  • Why does your least important language of appreciation affect your career the most?
  • Can someone show appreciation when there is tension?
  • How do you prevent praising employees from backfiring on you?
  • Do real men need appreciation?
  • Is it possible to give meaningful gifts in today’s workplace?
  • How do my personal love languages relate to my languages of appreciation in the workplace?
  • How does the appreciation language of physical touch fit in the workplace?
  • What do I do if I really don’t appreciate one of my co-workers?
1. FAQ #1 - Is it possible to ... 1 MIN
2. FAQ #2 - Why does your least ... 2 MINS
3. FAQ #3- Can someone show ... 2 MINS
4. FAQ #4- How do you prevent ... 1 MIN
5. FAQ #5- Do real men need ... 1 MIN
6. FAQ #6- Is it possible to give ... 1 MIN
7. FAQ #7- How do my personal love ... 1 MIN
8. FAQ #8- How does the ... 2 MINS
9. FAQ #9- What do I do if I ... 2 MINS
Not everyone feels appreciated in the same way. Based on the #1 New York Times bestseller, The 5 Love Languages®, each person has a specific “language” that, when used, communicates a clear message that they are appreciated. If you have a colleague who seems to get upset easily, you may want to check out how they prefer to be shown appreciation — it may give you clues on some underlying dynamics that are going on. This video series takes each of the Five Languages of Appreciation (Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Acts of Service, Tangible Gifts & Physical Touch) and explores the ways someone who values that language might be offended. Empower yourself to not offend! It’s just as important as speaking their language of appreciation.
1. Do You Have Employees Who Seem ... 2 MINS
2. Words of Affirmation-Easily ... 2 MINS
3. Acts of Service-Easily Offended ... 3 MINS
4. Physical Touch-Easily Offended ... 2 MINS
5. Quality Time-Easily Offended ... 3 MINS
6. Tangible Gifts-Easily Offended ... 3 MINS
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