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Margy Bresslour
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Margy Bresslour commented on Margy Bresslour's blog post Help Someone Get an Acknowledgment Smile
"Thanks so much for reading my blog post and adding a comment, Susan.  I appreciate it.  You raise an interesting point.  I’d love to think that the person who did the interrupting (in whatever context) would pick up on the…"
Jan 27, 2013
Susan Stamm commented on Margy Bresslour's blog post Help Someone Get an Acknowledgment Smile
"What a powerful (but quiet) way to coach the "interrupter." This is very high level communication adjustment technique. If I were the guilty party, I think the real power in Reed's approach is that he does not coach me directly...but…"
Jan 26, 2013
Margy Bresslour commented on Margy Bresslour's blog post Help Someone Get an Acknowledgment Smile
"Thanks for your feedback.  I appreciate it. "
Jan 21, 2013
David Zinger commented on Margy Bresslour's blog post Help Someone Get an Acknowledgment Smile
"Margy: Often information overload so not a lot of comments usually on a blog post. I find that we tend to get about as many comments as we give. David"
Jan 21, 2013
Margy Bresslour commented on Margy Bresslour's blog post Help Someone Get an Acknowledgment Smile
"Thank you, David!  I appreciate your support.  I’d love to engage others in the conversation. "
Jan 21, 2013
David Zinger commented on Margy Bresslour's blog post Help Someone Get an Acknowledgment Smile
"Hi Margy, I will feature your blog post on the one click button for blog at the top of our home page. David"
Jan 21, 2013
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Jan 20, 2013
Margy Bresslour commented on Bonnie Mattick's blog post How do you Recognize Others?
"I just joined EE yesterday.  Your blog caught my eye.  I'm looking forward to exploring and engaging more.  Thanks for your comment. "
Jan 20, 2013
Margy Bresslour commented on Bonnie Mattick's blog post How do you Recognize Others?
"Your blog post completely resonates with me.  I recently started a new company, Moving Messages, that encourages expressions of appreciation.  I believe strongly in the power of appreciation.  I’d suggest a few additional…"
Jan 19, 2013
Margy Bresslour posted a blog post

Help Someone Get an Acknowledgment Smile

Do we know how others view us?  Does it matter?  We often form our view of ourselves based in part on how we interpret what others think.  While other people’s views don’t change who we are, our perceptions of how we are viewed impact how we think about ourselves and how we behave.  In truth, we often don’t know what someone else is thinking.  That’s why sharing with others your appreciations of the qualities and characteristics you value in them is so important.  Here’s an example from my…See More
Jan 19, 2013
Margy Bresslour is now a member of The Employee Engagement Network
Jan 19, 2013

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Who are you?
I am the Founder and CEO of Moving Messages, a company dedicated to encouraging expressions of appreciation.
What is your interest or involvement in employee engagement?
I’d like to learn from others, make new connections, and encourage expressions of appreciation.
Define employee engagement in your own words.
Employees who are engaged are fully committed to their organization, want to give and do their best, enjoy learning and growing, appreciate the people around them, and love where they work.
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http://www.moving-messages.com

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Help Someone Get an Acknowledgment Smile

Do we know how others view us?  Does it matter?  We often form our view of ourselves based in part on how we interpret what others think.  While other people’s views don’t change who we are, our perceptions of how we are viewed impact how we think about ourselves and how we behave.  In truth, we often don’t know what someone else is thinking.  That’s why sharing with others your appreciations of the qualities and characteristics you value in them is…

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