The power of appreciation

We bring a contemporary view on how to lead for change within your organisation. Focusing on relationship dynamics, conversations, group patterns and ingrained mindsets and beliefs.

The power of appreciation is obvious to most of us, yet still underutilized in the workplace. We are aware of how appreciation makes one feel, as we love it ourselves. To feel that a person appreciates and values us as individuals and recognizes our hard work and effective performance is a feeling that we’re all itching to have. However, our hustle-bustle work culture, busy schedules, and fear of vulnerability, among many other factors hold us back from expressing appreciation to others. The power lies more than just on a physiological level, but also in workplace outcomes, performance, and employee engagement. So, have we changed your mind yet?


This seed focuses on unravelling what appreciation really is – what is the stark difference between recognition and appreciation, which often many believe are interchangeable names. This seed also explores what holds us back from showing appreciation and how to pivot from this. And more importantly, we facilitate conversations that never happen in the workplace; we will provide you with models to have these impactful conversations on the impact you’d like to make and how to tailor feedback to support one another in maximizing your potential.


All the seeds we offer are targeted bite-sized, robust skill development boosters. No longer than 90 minutes to 2 hours, we support our clients to receive the insights they’re looking for in a modular session, specifically focused on their own context and needs. They fit perfectly in a face-to-face or virtual session.


What you’ll gain:

• What is appreciation?

• What is the difference between recognition and appreciation?

• What are the benefits of appreciation?

• What holds us back from expressing it, regardless of the benefits we know?

• Models to use for feedback which incorporate appreciation

• How to build this more frequently in your team culture?