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Lynn Smith, Director of Leadership Development – Next LEVEL Leadership Canada

“The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace is timely and so very practical. Appreciation is the “pay” everyone is looking for today but few know how to either give or ask for a “raise” in that area. This book addresses not just the need for the life-giving appreciation we all need, but takes us through the process of discovering what that looks like for ourselves and for those with whom we work. Everyone who reads this book will without doubt be better equipped to create an atmosphere of appreciation in their sphere of influence wherever that is.”

Josh Pearce, Human Resource Director

“We previously had an incredibly high turnover rate…But since we started the 5 Languages of Appreciation training with Dr. White, we haven’t lost any team members. The team is happier and more positive, and we actually have hired back employees. The 5 Languages of Appreciation model has had a positive impact within our organization, from the top management down to the line workers.”

Art TerKeurst, Leadership Team – Chick-Fil-A Arboretum

“We have learned very practical ways to communicate, appreciate, and model behaviors that match up with the way that we are each wired. We are excited to have this knowledge in our leadership tool belt, and look forward to applying these truths within our Team.”

Andy Erlandson, General Manager – Microsoft

“We collectively decided to invite Dr. White to present to our entire organization. He did a fantastic job of combining his passion with both intellect and humor. He connected well with my team and since his speech, we’ve changed our focus to landing authentic appreciation in a real way across the organization”

Publishers Weekly

“This is a well-researched, useful book for business leaders that offers a much needed message that won’t wear out with repetition: ‘If people enjoy their work and feel appreciated…they are far more likely to have organizational loyalty and work hard”