Having a business strategy is absolute for driving a business with its concrete plans, which assists with making the right decision.
Likewise, having a written recognition strategy elevates the importance of recognition by outlining three powerful drivers for any organization.
1. A recognition strategy allows organizational leaders to spell out its purpose and philosophy for recognition and how they intend to use recognition the right way.
2. A recognition strategy aligns with the overall organizational strategy and shows how the recognition practices and programs integrate to reinforce and drive results.
3. A recognition strategy is also supportive of your people strategies, as it is driven by the organizational culture and recognizes people who live the organizational values.
The only question that remains is whether you have a written recognition strategy.
In this four-part series, I will outline how you can write the best recognition strategy essential to catapulting employee recognition practices and programs into the future.(more…)