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Culture, The Ultimate Competitive Advantage

Topic:
Culture, The Ultimate Competitive Advantage
Date:
October 30, 2012 at 3:30 - 4:30 PM ET
Presenters:
John Schaefer, Employee Recognition Expert(Schaefer Recognition Group)
John Smith, CTO / Chief Evangelist(BreakTheEquation)
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Description
A winning culture doesn’t happen overnight. It is the result of a belief that if you do what is right, good things will happen. It also takes a level of openness, trust, transparancy and attitude from the top down. It begins with better communications and leads to better recognition, higher employee engagement, performance improvement, measurable results, and significant ROI.

John Schaefer and John Smith will share some ideas of how to start with a top down culture transformation that engages both managers and employees. They we'll show you some ways to integrate all of the ways you communicate with employees into a single, simple, effective and believable strategy that will win your people over. Sounds good, but why don't we all do this automatically?

Here's the problem - Most clients use a disjointed array of programs to recognize and reward their employees. They were started at different times, in different departments, by different people. It's no wonder that, even if they're working, it's difficult to tell and even harder to determine if your current initiatives are paying off. We’ll explain how to wrap your arms around all of your Award/Reward initiatives, to optimize employee performance and optimize your investments in people.

Participants will learn how small changes in communication style will show that you truly care about your employees, as opposed to creating the impression that you’re just trying to manipulate their behavior by dangling carrots.

Finally, we'll share how a total recognition solution can save money, improve results and give you the tools to prove it to your CFO.

Who Should Participate
CEO's who want to develop a better company culture, HR Executives, Training Executives, Sales Managers, Safety Directors, Wellness and Health directors.
What You Will Learn
Session Learning Objectives – • create a culture of trust, recognition and engagement • learn why it’s so important to get the management team engaged first • improve the ability to train managers and employees • provide a track to run on to minimize costs and optimize results • show supervisors both how and why recognition is a key part of their ongoing communications strategy for optimum results •make sure your employees trust and believe your motives, so they buy into the process and get excited about participating.
Recommended Resources
John Schaefer's book - Get More Productivity for Less Money . . . Your Employees will Love You for It! How to turn your existing recognition and incentive expenses into profits and prove it to your CFO. John Schaefer's Leadership Training Program - Why Should Supervisors Care? Getting to the bottom of what they're really thinking ... What's in it for me? A variety of Articles are available at http://www.SchaeferRecognitionGroup.com under the Media Tab. They include: The Economy is Starting to Turn Around – Is Your Recognition Culture Ready? Cash Just Isn’t Enough Turn Recognition Expenses into Profit Centers – Optimize your investment in people with an Umbrella Strategy The Five Biggest Mistakes Managers Make in Recognizing their Employees The Root Causes of Low Employee Morale Three Strikes and You’re IN!
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John Schaefer
Schaefer Recognition Group

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Event Sponsors
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Your people have the capacity and desire to become far more involved and productive than they are today. For more information and to see a brief PowerPoint presentation on our program, contact us!
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SPARC is a software development company creating engaging, forward-thinking technology while putting customers, employees, partners, and the community first.
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