A culture of appreciation leads to people working together to achieve more. Learn about the latest trends and tools to help you establish a consistent culture of peer recognition in your business.
Experts agree, effective recognition is timely, personal and tied to the mission, vision and values of an organization. Managers and Business Leaders might not always be around to witness above and beyond work in action, but employees are. They might have experienced a situation when a coworker stepped in to help in the eleventh hour. Or they might know an employee who takes on extra tasks frequently and without complaining. So why not let them recognize the helpful acts of their peers? Not only does this help managers give employees the recognition they need, it also gives your employees a sense of ownership and participation in your organization’s recognition culture.
- What the research shows about peer recognition’s impact on business objectives
- Best practices (and pitfalls to avoid) when establishing a peer recognition program
- How to maintain enthusiasm and engagement over time
- New tools to create consistency and ensure alignment
- Human Resource Professionals
- Recognition Program Administrators
- Business Leaders
Mike Byam, Managing Partner of Terryberry, and author of The WOW! Workplace
Mike Byam is the author of The WOW! Workplace, and Managing Partner of Terryberry, an international firm that specializes in implementing, and managing employee recognition programs. Mike is a frequent speaker on the topic of employee recognition to HR professionals and business groups around the world. He has also consulted with hundreds of organizations – from family businesses to Fortune 500 companies – to develop recognition strategies for employee retention and performance improvement.
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