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"Did You Hear What I Said?"

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Eight Acknowledgment Facts

1. Some people do not like to talk. Why? Perhaps at some point, they tried to express themselves and were repeatedly ignored. They have given up the idea that anyone listens to them.

2. Other people talk too much. Why? They believe no one hears them. They are still trying to get through. They think that if they talk long enough, someone will listen. If someone would acknowledge them, they could relax.

3. When employers give their staff members a good acknowledgment for completing their work, the staff members feel proud and satisfied.

"Boss, I finished that project ahead of schedule and under budget!"

"Good!"

If the boss does not acknowledge the project completion, the employee will either repeat the statement or give up and lose interest in taking on future projects.

4. Employees who are not acknowledged will demand more pay because pay is a form of acknowledgment.

5. Your bosses (and parents) need to be acknowledged as well.

"Could you clean up this area before you leave?"

Silence.

"I said, clean up this area before you leave."

Blank face.

"DIDN'T YOU HEAR ME? I SAID CLEAN UP THE AREA BEFORE YOU LEAVE! GOT IT?"

If you always acknowledge your boss, he or she feels satisfied and can then move on to other duties.

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