A webinar attendee asked me this week about the best way to express recognition to someone. Were there any great examples of recognition I had heard? They asked what I would recommend that people say to give more meaningful recognition.
What I attempted to tell this person was to stick to the principles behind giving amazing recognition and not to script out what to say or write.
I’ll share with you some key ideas about this concept.
In the ever-evolving nature of the modern workplace, you can have far less face-to-face encounters with your staff and peers than you would like to. This makes giving personal and meaningful recognition a little more challenging.
Employee recognition is a felt phenomenon to begin with, so it must be given with feeling.
I was recently asked how could we emote better in our dialogue and written feedback with people?
I will examine these two areas of verbal and written communication and share my recommendations. (more…)