The Progress Principle: Breakthrough Leadership Ideas

The Nourishment Factor

  • The nourishment factor refers to the human connection that everyone craves at work. You nourish the inner work lives of others when you recognize good work, encourage them, or offer emotional support. Interpersonal interactions can also inject toxins, which poison inner work life. The study found four broad categories. Respect can be shown by recognition, giving one’s ideas serious attention, and being honest. Encouragement includes being enthusiastic about one’s work and expressing confidence. Emotional support involves acknowledging one’s emotions and feeling empathy. is the camaraderie that develops as people get acquainted and enjoy being with each other. Successful leaders know how to nourish those they lead. Effective leaders lead people by serving their needs as human beings.
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