Recognition Is a Force Multiplier

February 18, 2014

The following is a guest article by Kevin Kruse.   A force multiplier—a term that is commonly used in the military—refers to an attribute that makes any given force much more effective than the same force would be without it. Consider for a moment your “force”—your employees, your team members, your colleagues. They have knowledge, […]

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Live Webcast: Revitalize Your Recognition Program for the New Year

January 2, 2014

Terryberry Presents: Revitalize Your Recognition Program Wednesday, January 8, 2014 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM EST Course Description: Does your organization’s recognition program need a little TLC? Is it time to assess the condition of recognition initiatives and evaluate techniques for infusing programs with enthusiasm? This one hour advanced course will equip you with an […]

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Rethinking Employee of the Month Programs

September 19, 2013

Employee of the Month programs have been a widespread idea in businesses for many years, but today many experts are encouraging businesses to rethink employee-of-the-month formats in order to better engage and motivate their teams. “Employers are attempting to provide the motivation and recognition that employees need and want, but recognizing one employee a month, […]

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Terryberry on Talk Business 360: Employee Recognition

August 15, 2013

Terryberry’s Mike Byam is featured on Talk Business 360.  Hear the interview where Byam discusses how leaders effectively use employee recognition to impact their businesses. “Employees are yearning to be recognized for their contributions,” say Byam.  “If people are recognized effectively, they’re going to perform at a higher level; they’re going to be more engaged; […]

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Why Terryberry! Watch the Video

July 11, 2013

What is Terryberry? Why employee recognition? What sets Terryberry apart? How do I get started? Get the answers from  Terryberry’s Managing Partner Mike Byam in this video.

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Top Cities for Employee Recognition

April 25, 2013

According to the newest data from Quantum Workplace, Denver and Sacramento were ranked at the top for cities that do well with employee recognition. Not surprisingly this is linked to high employee engagement. These two cities were #2 and #3 respectively for employee engagement levels. Charlotte boasts the most highly engaged employees, at 70.7%. Writes […]

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WOW! Workplace Cited in Chicago School of Professional Psychology Research

December 20, 2011

An applied research project on performance management systems by Christine McAlpine at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology referenced findings from The WOW! Workplace by Terryberry’s Managing Partner, Mike Byam. “An employee recognition program needs to be consistent and well communicated in order to be successful and provide the right type of reward or motivation […]

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Wow Generation Y in the Workplace | Terryberry Blog

December 12, 2011

    Imagine being 24-years-old and landing your first, big career opportunity. You go to work every day, eager to face new workplace challenges. You work hard and go above and beyond on each task that you’re assigned. At first, you do this with the hopes that someone will recognize your efforts and give you […]

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Most Employees Are Not Engaged

December 5, 2011

71% of employees in the United States are not engaged in their jobs, according to a recent Gallup survey.  What’s more, fully 19% of workers are actively disengaged at work.  This means that in the average business, less than a third of workers are fully engaged and working at their highest potential to advance the […]

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