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Aligning Recognition with Mission, Vision and Values

Topic:
Aligning Recognition with Mission, Vision and Values
Date:
June 19, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
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Description
Employee recognition programs are usually implemented with good intentions, but they can ultimately fall short of the desired impact if they are not aligned with your corporate objectives.
       
How does employee recognition support your business objectives?
       
How do your business objectives influence recognition?
       
What recognition strategies have the most impact on aligning your employees with corporate objectives?

When it’s correctly implemented and carried out, recognition is the best way to engage your employees with the mission, vision, and values of your organization. Giving appropriate recognition for the contributions you value will inspire your employees’ enthusiasm, loyalty, and engagement. It is important to have a mission that your employees feel is worth investing in. Leaders need to think through how their employees perceive the business goals. In order to achieve that, you need to create 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.

In this session we’re going to discuss how employee recognition supports your business objectives, and vice versa, how your business objectives should influence recognition. We’ll also talk about what recognition strategies have the most impact on aligning your employees with your organization’s corporate objectives. The most successful businesses have employees that “Own” the organization’s mission.

During this session you will learn the fundamental groundwork for establishing a recognition initiative that accurately reflects your organizations objectives, and that helps you set your employees on the right course. Learn how to give recognition in a way that helps your employees ‘own’ your organization’s mission.

Who Should Participate
  • Business Leaders
  • Human Resources Professionals
  • Recognition Program Administrators
  • Managers
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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.
Categories
Benefits
Compensation
Staffing and Recruitment
Leadership
Workforce Planning and Analytics
Rewards and Recognition
What You Will Learn
  • Fundamental groundwork for establishing a recognition initiative that accurately reflects your organizations objectives.
  • Learn how to set your employees on the right course with effective and appropriate recognition that leaves them engaged and enthusiastic.
  • Learn how to give recognition in a way that helps your employees ‘own’ your organization’s mission.
Sponsored by
Terryberry
Terryberry
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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Mike Byam
Terryberry

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