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Building a WOW! Recognition Culture

Topic:
Building a WOW! Recognition Culture
Date:
October 9, 2012 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
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Description
Building a WOW! Recognition Culture is a fast-paced, fun, and informative seminar that equips HR professionals and business leaders with an understanding of how to engage employees through effective recognition.

It’s important to take some time to focus on the positive things that are taking place in businesses across North America. Join Mike byam as he discusses while researching and writing The WOW Workplace, one of the things that became clear in interviewing executives for the book was that successful businesses invest in building a culture where people feel valued for their contributions and enthusiastic about participating in the shared mission of the organization. So, today we’ll talk about these main objectives: First, why employee recognition is important, not just for the morale of your employees, but also for the success of your business. And second, how to develop an effective recognition program that’s going to have the maximum impact on your people. We have included 6 best practices you can start putting into practice today.

Learn how to keep employees engaged and motivated. Developing a culture of recognition, in which employees are genuinely acknowledged for their contributions is more important than ever in a challenging economy - not only to bolster flagging spirits, but as a means to maintain productivity, profitability, and retention of key employees. This presentation demonstrates key findings on how recognition strategies impact business goals, and provides real-world examples and practical solutions for implementing or enhancing a recognition initiative. Learn about the latest trends on recognition, what makes a good award and the best practices for giving a meaningful award presentation that your employees will always remember.

Who Should Participate
• HR Professionals • Business Leaders • Managers
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Recommended Resources
the WOW! Workplace by Mike Byam A Business/Management book for Human Resource Professionals, Business Leaders, and front line supervisors Step by step, The WOW! Workplace will show you how to build a nimble, vitally responsive recognition culture with the power to improve your organization from the inside out . . . starting today! Buy the book online today!http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0615252990/
Categories
Benefits
Compensation
Staffing and Recruitment
Leadership
Rewards and Recognition
What You Will Learn
•What the latest research shows about how recognition impacts employee engagement, productivity, and profitability •How businesses are adapting their employee recognition strategies to respond to the current economy •Review the key steps for developing an effective recognition program and understand how to put them into practice •Understand which awards are the most and least effective
Sponsored by
Terryberry
Terryberry
Terryberry has been helping organizations to develop, implement and manage recognition programs for nearly a century. 25,000+ clients worldwide have trusted Terryberry to help them provide their people with recognition for remarkable contributions an
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Bright Horizons Family Solutions
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I like Mike! Listening to him speak motivated me to do more. I hope he will have more webcasts planned on HR.com! 5 / 5
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Sincere and well thought out course. I enjoyed it...thanks for your time. 3 / 5
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Ohio Department of Job and Family Services
Thank you for your time and investment in our recognition program. I would be interested in a copy of the slides. Thank you. 4 / 5
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St, Joseph's Hospital - BayCare Health System
Though so of the information was pretty standard based on the present the presenters were very knowledgable. I loved how they incorporated hard numbers to drive home an excellent topic. Kudos! 4 / 5
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