How to Run an Engagement and Recognition Program
Free webcast features speakers from Rideau, Inc. and Ohio State UniversityWexner Medical Center/RPI
On Wednesday, Aug. 2, Incentive will host a free webcast on the topic, “How to Run an Engagement and Recognition Program” as part of a yearlong series of step-by-step guides to running a variety of effective incentive programs.
With more than three-quarters of all U.S. jobs now in the service economy sector, having engaged and enthusiastic employee is more important than ever to the success of a company. In fact, the most engaged companies have outperformed the S&P 500 by nearly 30 percent over the past four years.
In this free webcast recognition experts Roy Saunderson and Amy J. Hurley will provide attendees with a step-by-step guide on how to refresh, improve, or create an effective and successful employee recognition program. Topics will include determining the goals of your recognition program, creating the rules structure, promoting the program, tracking participant performance, choosing and delivering awards, and measuring the impact on your firm’s engagement scores.
Roy Saunderson, MA, CRP, is Chief Learning Officer at Rideau, Inc.‘s Vistance Institute, as well as author of Giving the Real Recognition Way.
Amy J. Hurley, LSW, CRP, is program director of faculty and staff recognition at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. She also serves as vice president of the Recognition Professionals International (RPI) board of directors and chair of RPI’s best practice awards team.
Moderator: Leo Jakobson, Executive Editor, Incentive