Real Examples of How Leaders Show Gratitude To Their Team

Jennifer L'Estrange
November 26, 2019

When provided the opportunity to talk about Red Clover’s company culture with Forbes, members of the team jumped at the opportunity. Jennifer L’Estrange and Eric Mochnacz had the chance to speak at length about the importance of gratitude in the work place.

“My approach to leadership is it starts and ends with creating a culture of trust. Everything we do from the policies we put in place, to the way we pay people, to how we do performance development, to how we hold one-on-one conversations, to how we run team meetings, to how we do our company values, to how we make changes is fundamental to what we do with our clients.”

Eric and Jen spoke at length about gratitude and how it influences their day to day work within the firm and with clients. The full article is available here.

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