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Does Recognition Impact Company Culture, or Does Culture Impact Recognition?

Topic:
Does Recognition Impact Company Culture, or Does Culture Impact Recognition?
Date:
October 30, 2012 at 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Mike Byam, Terryberry Managing Partner(Terryberry )
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Description
When employees are genuinely acknowledged for their contributions, engagement is heightened and productivity, profitability and retention increases. This presentation demonstrates key findings on how recognition positively impacts business goals, and provides real-world examples and practical strategies for implementing or enhancing an effective recognition initiative in your culture today. Equally, we will touch on how some companies’ cultures are working to shape employee recognition to be most effective for their unique group. Ultimately, creating a fulfilling employee culture in which you have happy, more engaged employees will be valuable for everyone at your organization – especially the customer.

In this webinar, attendees will learn the importance of aligning recognition with corporate objectives and practical strategies for doing so. After all, the most successful businesses have employees that “Own” the organization’s mission. How do you achieve that? Creating a culture where individuals in your business feel personally capable of contributing to the mission, and valued for the role that they have in moving the business forward. Your employee recognition initiative is the natural place for making this connection between people and mission.

Learn why some organizations can successfully develop a culture of respect and enthusiasm in the workplace, while others flounder from staff cynicism and apathy. Get real insights for how to influence management at all levels to buy in and participate in creating positive culture change, while inviting staff to participate in a “grass roots” recognition revolution.

Attendees will take away ideas and strategies they can put into practice in their organization starting today.

Who Should Participate
•HR Professionals •Business Leaders •Managers
What You Will Learn
  • How recognition positively impacts business goals and conversely, how company culture impacts recognition.
  • Learn the importance of aligning recognition with corporate objectives and practical strategies for doing so.
  • Real life examples of organizations that have successfully developed a respectful, enthusiastic recognition culture and why some organizations’ recognition cultures have fallen short.
  • How to influence management, to participate in creating a positive recognition culture change.
Recommended Resources
The WOW! Workplace by Mike Byam A Business/Management book for Human Resource Professionals, Business Leaders, and front line supervisors. Step by step, The WOW! Workplace will show you how to build a nimble, vitally responsive recognition culture with the power to improve your organization from the inside out . . . starting today!
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Rewards and Recognition
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Terryberry has been helping organizations to develop, implement and manage recognition programs for nearly a century. 25,000+ clients worldwide have trusted Terryberry to help them provide their people with recognition for remarkable contributions an
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