“We have to move from the unbridled pursuit of self-gain at the expense of others to recovering appreciation for what we gain by caring and sharing with one another”
– Gail Sheehy
As a guru to many successful entrepreneurs, Lee Brower hears about their challenges, frustrations, and regrets. In this short video, Lee shares the story of one executive who felt a need to apologize for not showing appreciation to his employees.
Lee Brower has a saying, “Gratitude unexpressed is ingratitude perceived.” It comes down to specific circumstances whether an apology or an expression of appreciation is more appropriate and more additive.