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The “Total Recognition” Solution: Why it’s the only starting point worth considering

Topic:
The “Total Recognition” Solution: Why it’s the only starting point worth considering
Date:
December 12, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
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Description
There is a lot riding on employee engagement these days. No forward looking business would argue that it hasn’t become an important part of their growth strategy. At higher levels it’s a business catalyst that elevates just about every conceivable financial metric. At low levels, however, it stymies growth and jeopardizes a firm’s long term outlook. The verdict is in: companies with more engaged employees outperform than those that don’t and executives everywhere are determined to be on the right side of that equation.

But in a business environment that demands frugality and encourages caution, many of those same business leaders struggle to determine the best path forward. They grapple with the soundness of their strategy and the construct of their programs and they debate the sequence each should follow.

While a phased-in implementation may be seen by some as easier to construct and manage, the reality is it will be missing critical components at various stages of your employees’ lifecycle and that limitation will constrict your organization’s ability to connect with and encourage certain segments of your employee population toward better outcomes.

This webinar will make the case for the “Total Recognition” solution—a more balanced and complete implementation philosophy that from day one will afford a comprehensive answer to enterprise recognition.
Who Should Participate
All HR Professionals
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Categories
Compensation
Human Resources Management
Leadership
Organizational Development
Performance Management
Workforce Planning and Analytics
Motivation
High Performing Teams
Incentives, Rewards and Recognition
Rewards and Recognition
What You Will Learn
Through this webcast, our presenter will:
  • Layout the broadening financial justification for employee recognition
  • Examine the contemporary role of some of the more common recognition concepts including service awards, above and beyond initiatives , peer-to-peer programs and President’s Circles—and outline how they work to motivate certain employee audiences.
  • Highlight where those schemes are effective and also point out why those components alone fall short in their quest to appreciate, inspire and honor every employee’s contribution at key moments.
  • Discuss how each recognition program element can be leveraged, communicated, executed and managed more effectively within a properly designed recognition portal.
Sponsored by
Madison Performance Group
Madison Performance Group
Madison is the global leader in Workforce Engagement and Sales Incentive Marketing. We blend a highly consultative approach with easy to use software to help organizations engage and reward their employees more effectively and efficiently
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Mike Ryan
Madison Performance Group

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5 / 5
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3 / 5
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3 / 5
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SPM Learning
3 / 5
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Allnorth Consultants Limited
4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Uchc - University of Connecticut Health Center
4 / 5
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Grant Thornton, LLP
4 / 5
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Casey Securities, LLC
5 / 5
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3 / 5
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Creative Office Pavilion
3 / 5
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Self Employed
3 / 5
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Superior Energy Services Inc
4 / 5
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Spectrum Brands, Inc
Monotone presenter made it a bit difficult to stay engaged. 3 / 5
Good Presentation
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Custom Communications
spent a lot of time--too much time-- upfront pitching his company. would have liked to see some case studies. 3 / 5
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