Being a Grateful Leader
How to Practice Gratitude to Improve Your Life & Work
Did you know that developing an ongoing practice of gratitude can improve your life and work?
Studies show that gratitude reduces depression, deepens relationships, improves optimism, and even extends lives.
And if Harvard, Berkeley, and the Mayo Clinic all believe gratitude is important, it’s worth taking a closer look.
In this guide, you'll find:
- Details on the personal, professional, and medical benefits of gratitude
- A step-by-step model for implementing a practice of gratitude
- Guidance on how to practice gratitude as a leader