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Creating a Culture of Recognition

Topic:
Creating a Culture of Recognition
Date:
July 31, 2012 at 12:30 - 1:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Bob Nelson, President(Nelson Motivation Inc)
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Description
Recognition for performance represents the single most validated principle for driving desired behavior and performance in today’s work environments and a key aspect of employee engagement. The primary reason why managers don’t use recognition is because they report “they aren’t sure how to do it well,” according to doctoral research by Bob Nelson, the primary thought leader on this topic and an international best-selling author of 1001 Ways to Reward Employees (now in its 58th printing). Dr. Nelson will show you how to create a culture of recognition, regardless of the size or type of business you are in. Compared to the average company, employees in a recognition-focused company are 5 times more likely to feel valued, 7 times more likely to stay, and 11 times more likely to feel completely committed to their jobs and mission of the organization. This presentation will expand your thinking of what recognition really means and what you can do to build it into your culture. Far from being a “fuzzy feel-good notion,” Dr. Nelson will show you practical ways as to how you can get your managers to treat employees in a way that maximizes their willingness to use their best efforts on a daily basis to create an exciting, positive work environment that produces more focused, competitive employees that better serve the strategies of the firm. Attendees will learn:

• Recent research about what most motivates today’s workers in tight, recessionary times
• What recognition really means to your employees and how you can do more of those things
• How to maximize the effectiveness of recognition – even with little time or resources
• How to get managers on board in supporting and doing more recognition
• How to harness the power of best practices from other companies as well as your own
• How to build and sustain progress, keeping your recognition efforts fresh and relevant
• The seven core elements found in strong cultures of recognition
Who Should Participate
Managers of all levels, human resources, Recognition, Rewards & Incentives managers, coordinators and committees
What You Will Learn
1) The business case for recognition and why it is especially important today 2) The fundamentals of how to make recognition work, especially using low-and no-cost methods 3) A systems model for building an ongoing culture of recognition
Recommended Resources
1501 Ways to Reward Employees, The 1001 Rewards & Recognition Fieldbook, 1001 Ways to Energize Employees, 365 Ways to Manage Better perpetual calendar all by Bob Nelson, PhD
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Nelson Motivation Inc

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Fantastic. Best session yet. Thank you for including Dr. Nelson in this session. 5 / 5
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Interop Technologies
Good research and content of the presentation. I wished the delivery was a bit more loud and clear. Thank you. 3 / 5
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The Dutch Group
great webinar. thanks so much!! 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Birch, Stewart, Kolasch & Birch, LLP
He was hard to understand because his voice drops off at the end of his sentences. Not sure if his microphone was not secure or my speakers but it was difficult to hear him. But I definitely got a lot out of his presentation. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
The audio on this presentation was difficult to hear. Dr. Bob maybe wasn't talking directly into the microphone? I had my volume at max. yet couldn't catch it all. 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
Understanding how to provide recognition is so important especially to train others to provide peer-to-peer recognition which is often lacking. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation

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