The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace Book w/ Expanded MBA Inventory Code Upgrade - CAT


Updated & revised new edition released January 1, 2019!

The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace: Empowering Organizations by Encouraging People, by Gary Chapman and Paul White, brings the love language concept to the workplace. This book will teach you how to improve job satisfaction, create more positive relationships between managers and employees, and decrease burnout rates. How? By teaching you to effectively communicate appreciation to employees, co-workers, and team members. 

This new edition contains brand new content including:
• New chapter on how companies “engage” and “appreciate” remote workers, virtual teams, and other employees who aren’t often on site
• New chapter on the differences between generations (specifically Millennials) and how they want to be shown appreciation.
• And more!

PLUS! Each book contains an upgraded access code for the online Expanded MBA (Motivating by Appreciation) Inventory (a $10 value), which identifies a person’s language of appreciation.

The Expanded Version of the MBA Inventory includes a number of new items which provide a deeper look at your results:

  • Comparing your results with the general workforce population (text and graphic charts) regarding:
    • Your Primary Language of Appreciation
    • Your Primary & Secondary Languages of Appreciation (combined)
    • Your Lesser Valued Languages (Least Valued + 3rd Highest)
  • Identifying the single most important act of appreciation to you
  • The role (and challenges) of Appropriate Physical Touch to communicate appreciation 
  • Allowing you to identify the ways you don't want to receive appreciation, in each of the 5 languages
  • Additional resources to explore how best to implement The 5 Languages of Appreciation in your workplace

Appreciation is the key to success because we all work better when we feel appreciated.