This Psychological Quirk Explains Why Many Leaders Struggle To Compliment Their Employees

There is a psychological phenomenon that helps explain why many managers don’t recognize, let alone praise, employees’ great work. And it’s called 'reason-based choice.' This is one of the most important psychological effects that leaders must know, so I made a quick video that explains it for you!



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