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Let’s Create a Culture of Appreciation

We know the secret to productivity, retention, and growth is by having a strong culture of appreciation within your business. What does that mean and how can you achieve it? That’s what we are here for!

Our programs are listed below, but everything we offer is customizable to your needs. We understand that no two businesses are exactly the same, and we would love to talk about how we can help you.

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5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace

We lead interactive training programs that are built to drive targeted behaviors. As a certified facilitator of this framework, Diana Rogers Jaeger will teach participants how to improve work relationships and create a more positive work environment.

Keynote Speaker

Diana is an engaging and energizing speaker for conferences, luncheons, and meetings. Topics include how to drive employee engagement, the 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, and how to create rock-solid confidence.

Diana from Love to Appreciate public speaking
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Leadership Training and Executive Coaching

Diana has leadership training programs available in communication, conflict resolution, how to run effective meetings, and more. We work with teams and individuals to help them move past barriers to reach their full potential.

Employee Engagement Programs

We develop comprehensive employee engagement strategies designed to increase productivity, retention, and morale. Our programs let you reap the long-term benefits of implementing a people-first culture aligned with organizational priorities.

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"Employees stay in their jobs for the people and the culture."

- Diana Rogers Jaeger

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Why Our Programs Work

Employees are motivated by appreciation.

Money is not the #1 motivator for employees. Employees feel the greatest job satisfaction when they feel engaged in their work and feel appreciated by their colleagues and supervisors. Millennials, especially, are less salary-driven than previous generations.

“One size fits all” employee recognition programs aren’t effective. What makes employees feel appreciated is not the same for all. It’s important to understand your team members and offer fair but individualized recognition for everyone.

Employee turnover is one of the largest costs an organization can control. It can “cost upwards of twice an employee’s salary to find and train a replacement,” according to the Wall Street Journal. Employees who feel appreciated will respond with strong loyalty and commitment to your organization’s success.

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