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Based on the #1 New York Times bestseller The 5 Love Languages® (over 12 million copies sold)

Dramatically improve workplace relationships simply by learning your coworkers’ language of appreciation.

This audiobook will give you the tools to improve staff morale, create a more positive workplace, and increase employee engagement. How? By teaching you to effectively communicate authentic appreciation and encouragement to employees, co-workers, and leaders. Most relational problems in organizations flow from this question: do people feel appreciated? This audiobook will help you answer “Yes!”

A bestseller—having sold over 300,000 copies and translated into 16 languages—this audiobook has proven to be effective and valuable in diverse settings. Its principles about human behavior have helped businesses, non-profits, hospitals, schools, government agencies, and organizations with remote workers.

When supervisors and colleagues understand their coworkers’ primary and secondary languages, as well as the specific actions they desire, they can effectively communicate authentic appreciation, thus creating healthy work relationships and raising the level of performance across an entire team or organization.

Take your team to the next level by applying The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2019 Gary Chapman and Paul White (P)2019 Oasis Audio

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  • Richard D. Galbreath
  • 2019-03-31

More sales than story

The concepts were good but he spent way too much time selling. Ruined the book for me.

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  • Karina865
  • 2019-03-02

Great content, just very repetitive

SO you have great information but the book probably could have been cut down by half. I don't know why you have to tell the same information multiple times with multiple examples. Its not rocket science.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2019-04-28

Solid advice

Quickly finished. Got great ideas. A bit repetitive. Will pursue additional materials and pdf document.

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  • Marcia Bent
  • 2020-09-12

very insightful

Loved it! It was very insightful, especially when many people are working remotely in light of recent events

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  • HappySunnyTrails
  • 2020-08-21

Maybe better as a book than an audible.

This has some really amazing and inspiring ideas, but I would describe the narration cadence here as choppy. I would enjoy reading the book more I think, although I'm also committed to listening to the end.

I want to buy the book and re-study the many survey results; to me, those are kind of hard to process while listening and driving in a big city. The authors did their homework and this well-presented evidence peppers every chapter. Also, it's the kind of evidence that you want to pass on to others, especially if you are wanting to create a workplace where people thrive and grow.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-07-24

Great book!

This book is very informational, practical and precise. It really helps you discover the different languages of appreciation in the workplace. I will definitely use this book as a point of reference as I look to become a better owner, manager, supervisor, employee and coworker.

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  • lori
  • 2020-02-28

good listening

It was a good listen. always nice to get more knowledge on how to communicate effectively

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  • Cats
  • 2020-02-20

Would have enjoyed more practical tips.

I think this is an important concept to practice in the workplace and/or athome with your friends and family. However, I would have enjoyed more concrete tips regarding how to approach certain scenarios or a few basic steps, phrases to say, or reminder thoughts to think right at the beginning as you begin to implement the concepts. The last chapter of the books says they sent bi-weekly prompts to a team starting to use appreciation in the workplace and saw significant results but it didn't offer any of those prompts as a mere starter. Some advise was dispersed throughout the statistics and broad discussion, and those were appreciated, but they felt few and far between.

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  • Karen Maxwell
  • 2020-01-13

perfect fit for managers amd coworkers

like the 5 Love Languages, this book helped me appreciate that everyone has differences in appreciation . It ALSO helped me see that, although he is missing the mark, my boss appreciates me. I have let him know what I desire/need. I have also suggested all of our employees take I it.

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  • Scotty
  • 2019-10-28

Contradictive

Some facts presented as 45 to 55% and then the authors tries to state that how many more the 55% is representative. some quotes were completely self contradictory as though the editing was sub par.

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