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Recognition Fundamentals, an introduction to recognition strategy and best practices

Topic:
Recognition Fundamentals, an introduction to recognition strategy and best practices
Date:
July 31, 2012 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Barbara Ruddy, Consultant & Trainer(Recognition Professionals International)
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Description
Recognition Professionals International (RPI) is the only professional association at the forefront of workforce recognition through its sole focus on recognition innovations and education as a systematic method for improvements in the workplace. RPI is endorsed by top authorities in the industry, has an impressive membership of Fortune 500 organizations (see Member Organizations) and is the only association offering Certified Recognition Professional (CRP) courses.
The RPI Vision Statement is:
Recognition Professionals International is the leading resource for global strategic workforce recognition.

The RPI Mission is:
Recognition Professionals International’s mission is to enhance organizational performance through workforce recognition by:
-providing access to best practice standards, education, research and the exchange of ideas
-creating opportunities for our diverse membership to grow professionally
-advocating recognition and engagement strategies as a means to promote organizational excellence

This session was designed by RPI to introduce a strategic recognition plan and to provide a roadmap to organizations so that they can design, implement and evaluate an effective and measurable employee recognition strategy.
It is critical to understand the science behind recognition and we will be reviewing the FOUR critical planning phases to ensure success.
• Assess the current issues within the organization establishing the important areas of measurement
• Align the recognition strategy to support the business vision, objectives and goals. Exploring recognition options, opportunities and the benefits of a 3 Dimensional Model
• Implement the recognition with Training, Communications and Event Planning
• Review recognition initiative to ensure alignment, using measurement tools and indicators

Everyone who works in the field of employee recognition will benefit from attending this session. It is a great refresher course for all recognition professionals as well as people who have just been assigned the task of designing a recognition strategy.


Who Should Participate
Everyone who works in the field of human resources, and is expected to understand employee recognition will benefit from attending this session. It is a great refresher course for all recognition professionals as well as people who have just been assigned the task of designing a recognition strategy.
What You Will Learn
•How to assess the current issues within the organization establishing the important areas of measurement •Align the recognition strategy to support the business vision, objectives and goals. Exploring recognition options, opportunities and the benefits of a 3 Dimensional Model •Implement the recognition with Training, Communications and Event Planning •Review recognition initiative to ensure alignment, using measurement tools and indicators
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Consultant Ontario Canada
3 / 5
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Operation Smile
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AT&T Corp.
4 / 5
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Gwinnett County Government
3 / 5
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CareCore National, LLC
3 / 5
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City Of Phoenix
3 / 5
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The Source (*Bell) Electronics Inc.
3 / 5
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Southern MN Municipal Power Agency
3 / 5
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Cleveland Clinic Health System
4 / 5
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Electromotive Diesel
3 / 5
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University Of South Florida Physician Group
4 / 5
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JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
3 / 5
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Sabathier & Associates
4 / 5
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Lallemand Inc.
3 / 5
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Niels Fugal Sons Co
3 / 5
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UAE Human Resources Professionals Group
3 / 5
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"Presentation was too ""canned"" (practiced). With more than 10 minutes left why didn't she ask for questions? Considering the topic it wasn't very personable. After all isn't that a big part of recognition?" 3 / 5
Good Presentation
Image of Gail Epperson Gail Epperson
Cricket Communications
"Very nice ""on target"" presentation very much in line with what it was represented to be. Thank you!" 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation

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