Week 3 Case Study

Week 3 Case Study - Week 3 Case Study Brad Domingo...

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Week 3 Case Study Brad Domingo Professor Hesselbein PSYCH 305 November 18, 2009 CASE STUDY 1. My thoughts on why companies and managers don’t often praise their employees for a job well done are kind of scattered. I mean for being such an obvious and fairly easy and motivational tool, I really don’t know what to think about this question. It’s something I would like to know as well. I mean if I were a manager or someone of high status in a business, I would be giving out praises left and right. Why spend over 10,000 dollars on a gift when you can just go up to the person, thank them for what they’ve done and for what they are doing for the business and the company, and show them that you really mean it. Show them that they are important, that they are a key asset to the team. Now that I think about it, our society as a whole has grown away from that, we’ve grown accustomed to saying thank you that it’s becoming a token word, something you say but don’t actually show. Also companies and managers probably feel that if they give their
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