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Beyond "Thank You." 4 Keys To Building a Culture Where Recognition Works.

Topic:
Beyond "Thank You." 4 Keys To Building a Culture Where Recognition Works.
Date:
July 30, 2012 at 3:30 - 4:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Tara Powers, Training Expert, Coach, Consultant(Powers Resource Center)
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Description
Are you finding that your recognition programs aren’t getting you the results you’re looking for? Perhaps you’ve been questioning if your recognition strategies are really making any difference at all. The truth is that there may be bigger issues contributing to employee satisfaction levels and influencing your culture. If these problems exist in your organization they are certainly undermining your recognition efforts. The good news is that if you are a company committed to building a sustainable culture, you can make your recognition efforts payoff bigtime by consistently applying a few simple strategies.

With today’s pace of change, increased workloads, and high expectation levels, employees are feeling the stress of getting more done, with fewer resources in a quicker amount of time. Recognition for going the extra mile is important but it’s only one piece of a much larger puzzle. Companies must focus on building a strong foundation of clarity, alignment, accountability and collaboration before recognition efforts will begin to have a positive impact. Managers and leaders must be vigilant about communicating more than they think is necessary, collaborating whenever possible, encouraging an environment of accountability and helping employees to identify how they personally align with the goals of the company. If these things aren’t happening, recognition efforts become a band-aid solution that placates employees for the short-term.

In this one-hour webinar, we will focus on 4 simple strategies that can help to develop a culture where recognition can truly have an impact on the bottom line. Participants will leave the session with an understanding of how to implement these strategies in their own workplace so that their recognition efforts can start to payoff.

Who Should Participate
Manager, Leaders, Executives, Team Leads, Human Resource Professionals
What You Will Learn
Outcomes Include: - How to identify if recognition is working in your organization - Learn about the importance of clarity and how to provide it - Understand how to discuss the importance of alignment with employees and help them achieve it - Identify 3 ways to create accountability and leadership throughout the company - Recognize additional opportunities to collaborate - Prioritize what needs to shift in your organization for recognition to have an impact
Recommended Resources
The Carrot Principle, Adrian Gostick Winning With a Culture of Recognition Book
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