“There is more hunger in the world for love and appreciation than for bread.”
–Mother Teresa


Appreciation Team helps bring to the surface this vital business attribute. For organizations large and small, we consult with talented leaders to create what we call a custom TEAM APPRECIATION PLAYBOOK.

Appreciation is such a deep, basic quality of humanity that nearly all individuals desire to feel it and express it to others. A leader may be highly skilled in executing their responsibilities, however, it is common in the daily demands of the work environment that emotional needs become relegated to the back seat. If this persists too long, an emotional disconnect can occur within the organization. Over time, this will negatively impact team productivity, customer services, and the bottom line.

CULTURE PAGE PLAYBOOKA TEAM APPRECIATION PLAYBOOK is a customized approach that allows appreciation to surface and flourish through established organizational methods.

“Greatness is not where we stand, but in what direction we are moving…”
–Oliver Wendell Holmes

Each organization is unique, team members are unique, and the day to day playing surfaces are unique. A “cookie cutter” approach to recognition, incentives, and motivation does not work. An effective approach to appreciation integration is principle based and flexible enough to meet a wide variety of needs in a large array of circumstances.

What’s Included in the Playbook?

Included within your play book will be a TARGETED APPRECIATON STRATEGY, a method of discovering and knowing how to authentically show APPRECIATION to each individual team member.

Appreciation Team can help create new, or fine-tune existing programs to effectively integrate authentic and targeted appreciation in your company.


  • Recruitement
  • Effective Recognition
  • Random Rewards
  • Performance and Incentive Bonuses
  • Productive Improvement Exchange
  • Emergency Funding
  • Handbook Engagement
  • Community Outreach
  • Standard Operating Procedures
  • Stay Interviews before Exit interviews
  • …and more.

“Without strategy, execution is aimless. Without execution strategy is useless.”
Morris Chang