Free Gift from Terryberry at SHRM

June 22, 2009

We’re looking forward to seeing you at SHRM this weekend in New Orleans. Terryberry will be unveiling two new employee recognition services at SHRM that we’re very excited about, and we hope you will be too. Stop by and see us at Terryberry’s booth #2429. RSVP for a special free gift when you stop by.

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Improving Award Presentations

May 18, 2009

Sign up for a free webinar on how to improve award presentations called “Creating a WOW! Moment.” The webinar takes place Thursday, May 21 and is free to HR professionals and business leaders while space is available. Mike Byam, author of “The WOW! Workplace” and managing partner of Terryberry will present best practices for award […]

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Business is Difficult, Make Recognition Easy

May 11, 2009

I recently participated in a video interview series for SHRM during their Staffing Management Conference in Las Vegas. It was a great opportunity to share Terryberry’s experience as it relates to recognition in a challenging economy, and other than the intense lighting that made me feel like a Big Mac @ McDonalds under heating lamps, […]

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Onboarding – First Impression Recognition

May 5, 2009

“You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” A line that should probably go down in the Catch Phrase Hall of Fame, right next to “Where’s the beef?” and “Silly Rabbit, Trix are for kids!”Clearly one of the reasons it has stood the test of time is the simple truth of the […]

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National Nurses' Week

April 28, 2009

Don’t forget – National Nurses’ Week is May 6-12! Leave a comment and share what your organization is doing to show your appreciation for your nurses. Here are just a few recognition ideas that have come from different Terryberry webcasts and events: “We give ‘care awards’ for people that go above and beyond.” “Our recognition […]

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What Does Your Recognition Program Say About Your Company?

April 24, 2009

I once received a birthday card from a friend. When I opened the card, my name was hand-written above the message, but the sender had forgotten to sign their own name. I feel like some recognition programs have a similar piece missing. You wouldn’t send a letter of recognition to an employee who accomplished a […]

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How does your employee recognition program stack up?

April 3, 2009

Curious about what kinds of awards businesses are using today for employee recognition? Want to find out how other employers are recognizing performance and when they recognize for years of service? Wondering how your employee communication strategy compares with the competition? Check out Terryberry’s Global Employee Recognition Survey. Take the survey yourself and see how […]

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Spooky Recognition Story

March 13, 2009

I heard a recognition horror story the other day. It seemed appropriate to share this story on Friday the 13th. Here’s how it went. A large tech company had been working on a big project for nearly a year. Recently, the project team completed a major milestone. With great intentions, the site leader put together […]

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Recognition in a Recession

March 3, 2009

If you’re forced to manage your recognition budget with fewer dollars, check out this article by Mike Byam, Managing partner of Terryberry Company. Byam gives 5 ideas for saving costs on your recognition program without sacrificing the impact on your people.

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