One Thing You Need To Improve Your Recognition

In researching recognition practices and the positive behaviors and principles associated with meaningful recognition, I have identified at least forty essential behaviors needed for giving recognition seen as authentic and effective in the eyes of employees.

My colleague, Dr. Charles Scherbaum, and I have even developed a Recognition Skills Assessment that assesses an individual’s strengths and weaknesses around these researched behaviors.

But over and above all these behaviors, skills, and practices, what’s the one thing you can do to improve your recognition giving abilities? (more…)

Are You Full of Good Intentions?

Make sure your recognition is fully intentional

A peer you only occasionally work with has just recognized you.

They acknowledged you for your actions last week with helping them assist with a need from major client account.

You’re questioning the genuineness of the recognition eCard you received in your inbox. It was one of the options available through the company’s online social recognition program.

In fact, you’re even wondering about their intention.

Do ever question what your intentions are when giving people recognition? (more…)