065 ~ Many Deserve Though Few Receive Acknowledgment

Judy Umlas has written three books, all of them on Acknowledgment and Acknowledgment in Leadership

In her second book, Grateful Leadership: Using the Power of Acknowledgment to  Engage All Your People and Achieve Superior Results

She speaks of specific principles

The Seven Principles of Acknowledgment

These seven Principles guide you through your personal acknowledgment journey

What are these 7 Principles?

  1. Acknowledgment is deserved by many, but received by few
  2. Acknowledgment builds trust and creates powerful interactions
  3. Acknowledgment can help diffuse jealousy and envy
  4. Acknowledgment energizes people – lack of acknowledgment diminishes them.
  5. Acknowledgment can make a profound difference in a person’s life and work.
  6. Acknowledgment improves physical and emotional well-being
  7. Acknowledgment needs to be practiced in different ways.

Beginning with today’s podcast I will devote a series of podcasts on each of the seven principles


The first principle states

  1. Acknowledgment is deserved by many, but received by few

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