Roy Saunderson, Vistance Institute

Recognition practitioners responsible for managing recognition programs work diligently to incorporate all of RPI’s 7 Best Practice Standards into their strategy and recognition plans. But what is more challenging for you now is the day-to-day operations and implementation of recognition throughout the organization.

  • How can you get leadership commitment?
  • What does it take to get managers to actually use your programs?
  • Why are your recognition programs not producing the metrics you had anticipated?

Too often we seek out other organizations to learn about their best practices. Unfortunately, their best practices started several years ago and there’s no guarantee you could apply them in your company today. What’s needed is an upgrade of your “best practices” to become tomorrow’s “next practices”. Come prepared with your written questions addressing your current needs under any of the 7 Best Practices Standards. Or simply bring along one recognition question or challenge you’re struggling with right now.

Event: From Best Practices to Next Practices
Sponsor: Recognition Professionals International
651-265-7859
Venue: Loews Vanderbilt in Nashville, TN
(615) 320-1700
Location: 2100 West End Avenue
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
USA
Registration: Click here to register.

Theresa Harkins, Inspirus, LLC; Gail Rawlinson, Alberta Health Services; Barbara Ruddy, Department of Economic Securities; Roy Saunderson, Vistance Institute

Do you ever feel intimidated at work? Are you nervous to share your ideas and speak up in a meeting? Many factors can have a negative impact on the physical and mental health of employees. Having a psychologically safe workplace enables people to feel they can value one another and express recognition. Recognizing an employee for their contributions is one way to positively contribute to their well-being.

Date: April 30, 2018
Time: 01:45 p.m to 2:45 p.m.
Event: What does Recognition have to do with Workplace Health and Safety?
Sponsor: Recognition Professionals International
651-265-7859
Venue: Loews Vanderbilt in Nashville, TN
(615) 320-1700
Location: 2100 West End Avenue
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
USA
Registration: Click here to register.

Join us for a workshop presentation at the WorldatWork, Total Rewards Conference in Toronto for this great case study from Ryerson University.

Presenters:

Christina Sass-Kortsak AVP, HR, Ryerson University

Roy Saunderson, Rideau’s Recognition Management Institute

Nathaniel Hart, Rideau Recognition Solutions

Emily Pomeroy, Ryerson University

Date: September 15, 2016
Time: 12:30-01:45pm
Event: Building a Values-Based Recognition Program: A Ryerson Case Study
Sponsor: World At Work