Mike Byam to Present at National SHRM Conference in Las Vegas
May 17, 2011
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Mike Byam, author of The WOW! Workplace, and Managing Partner of Terryberry will present Building a WOW! Recognition Culture at the 2011 Society of Human Resource Management Annual Conference & Exposition at the Las Vegas Convention Center on Wednesday, June 29 from 11:30am to 12:45pm. The SHRM Conference & Exposition is held annually. This year’s conference anticipates record breaking attendance with over 12,000 attendees. Michael J. Fox, Sir Richard Branson and Arianna Huffington, to name a few, will take center stage and present for the daily general sessions.
Developing a culture of recognition in which employees are genuinely acknowledged for their contributions is vitally important not only to sustain the overall health of your organization, but also to retain your key employees. Building a WOW! Recognition Culture is a fast-paced, fun, and informative seminar that equips HR professionals and business leaders with an understanding of how to engage employees through effective recognition. Byam’s presentation demonstrates key findings on how recognition strategies impact business goals, and provides real-world examples and practical strategies for implementing or enhancing a recognition initiative.
Terryberry is an international firm that specializes in developing, implementing and managing employee recognition programs for organizations worldwide. Byam has consulted with hundreds of organizations ranging from family businesses to Fortune 500 companies in order to develop recognition strategies for employee retention and performance improvement. Byam regards employees at Terryberry like extended family and credits them for teaching him on a daily basis how the immeasurable value of a person outweighs all other assets, and how building relationships based on respect and honor is worth the investment.
Try your luck and visit Terryberry’s booth #3449 during the 2011 SHRM Conference & Exposition to register for a free gift and learn more about how creating a culture of recognition can benefit your business.