When it comes to crafting more engaging employee communications, one solution is literally in business leaders’ hands.

Executive Summary

A simple handwritten note of recognition can be a valuable employee motivator, says Watermark Consulting's Jon Picoult. Here, he offers some best practices for organizational leaders looking to improve their communication skills.

From supervisors of small teams to CEOs of large companies, organizational leaders face a common challenge: how to communicate with staff in an authentic and influential way that helps motivate the right behaviors.

As it turns out, one of the most impactful tools for this purpose is also one of the most traditional (and often overlooked): the simple handwritten note.

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