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A good compliment goes a long way. The impact of positive recognition in today’s workplace can be summed up in two results: repeated good behavior and motivation. When a manager, executive, or peer affirms a success, the employee knows their contribution is valuable. But how does recognition relate to business objectives? How can a business develop a feedback culture where recognition is applied at all levels? The ability to give good feedback does not come naturally, and sometimes remembering to give compliments is harder than giving constructive feedback.