52 Tools to Create a Culture of Mutual Respect in the Workplace
As Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs taught, behavior is goal directed, and people constantly seek to improve themselves and their situations. Because more information and research is now available, we can understand what truly motivates people and keeps them engaged. It is called "encouragement". Research has now proven, over and over, that encouragement is the best way to motivate behavior change so that everyone maintains dignity and respect. In these tool cards you will learn what encouragement looks like and how to apply the principles in the workplace.