Like the fall of the Galactic Empire in the Star Wars saga, sometimes you have to bring your formal award and recognition programs back to the light side. When any of your formal award programs fall apart, you need to step in quickly and turn things right around.
Following are a few ways to consider with preventing the downfall of your formal recognition programs.
Formal recognition programs are often the most common type of programs present in organizations. You find that many organizations invest the most amount of time, money, and resources in their formal recognition programs.
These more formal programs often have a prestigious name associated with them, such as Excellence Awards, Pinnacle, President’s Awards, or other branded names. These awards are where employees or managers can nominate an individual or a team for a specific award category.
Awards will vary depending on the industry sector your organization fits under, such as,
Trades and services.
Information and Communication Technology.
Healthcare and medical.
Mining, resources, and energy.
Hospitality and Tourism.
The award categories of awards might include going above in beyond in such areas as:
Health and Safety
The one thing in common with all organizational formal awards, no matter what sector they are from, is the need to have a judging committee.
And that’s what we are going to talk about today, how to set up a formal judging committee so you can recognize and celebrate the outstanding performers where you work.