You are probably in the midst of creating your goals and plans for your recognition programs and practices for next year.
Likely, you will need to submit your goals and plan to a senior leader you report to for endorsement before ploughing ahead.
Make sure you include the following suggestions as you strategize your recognition plans. (more…)
You are fortunate enough to have an executive sponsor for employee recognition and who supports all the managing of recognition related things that you do.
They are willing to go to bat for you and are exemplary in using the company recognition programs and expressing appreciation to employees.
Their expectation of you is to regularly provide them with high level results on how recognition is impacting the business.
After all, your executive has to present the numbers to the complete senior leadership team and collectively they approve your budget.
So what is the best way to present the progress and impact employee recognition is making to your senior leadership team?
At a bare minimum they will be expecting the following: (more…)
It’s true – people aren’t always motivated to learn.
Our challenge each day is to make learning and our instructional materials and content as meaningful as possible for many people in the workplace. Yes, a tall order, but one which has very rewarding benefits when we are successful. (more…)
We live in a busy work world. This is especially so if we are remote from our bosses. You can be ploughing along with your daily tasks, helping colleagues with their unique requests of us, and somehow you lose site of the contributions you’ve made.
Each of us wants to make a difference and share in helping our company achieve its purpose and goals.
But are you sometimes getting in the way of others recognizing you?
Hard to believe isn’t it. However, sometimes you and I actually stop people from giving us the very thing many of us want and crave for – recognition! (more…)