February 17 is Random Act of Kindness Day

February 12, 2018

Saturday, February 17 is Random Act of Kindness Day. Make a note to do kind deeds throughout the day – or even better, work week! Share the fun!  You could win big prizes from Terryberry for your Random Act of Kindness deed.  Post a photo or video showing how your employees demonstrate random acts of kindness […]

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Recognition Storytelling Stars

July 26, 2017

It’s WOW Wednesday! HR leaders, execs, and managers: How do you WOW the people who go above and beyond for you in your business? Or, how have you been WOWed? Today’s WOW Wednesday comes from Saralyn She says: “We get stars on our badges when we get nominated for recognition. When doing patient care, the patients will […]

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52 Companies Count One Billion+ Steps in The West Michigan Walking Challenge

June 13, 2017

In just six weeks 52 companies, from all over West Michigan, walked more than one billion steps. That’s right. One billion. It was the first annual West Michigan Walking Challenge, and needless to say, it was an absolute grand slam. Don’t believe it? Check out our infographic on the Challenge. Looking to exercise our title […]

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What is the ROI of Employee Recognition?

June 6, 2017

Most people would agree that recognizing employees for their efforts and contributions is a nice thing to do. But unfortunately it’s sometimes difficult for “nice things to do” to get prioritized in the daily grind of business.  For those wanting to make a positive difference in the workplace, the good news is that employee recognition is the […]

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How the Flat Stanley Formula Leads to Employee Engagement

May 31, 2017

Remember Flat Stanley? Well, if you were even semi-conscious during the mid-90s, the name probably rings a bell. Flat Stanley was a fictional character, originally created by Jeff Brown as the star of a children’s book series that received decent popularity during the 1960s, 70s and 80s. Most of us, however, don’t remember the children’s […]

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Tips for Engaging Your Team for Success

April 7, 2017

Authored by Danielle Gault When stepping into a team leadership role, a team leader gains a certain degree of power simply from the authority granted them in their assigned position. They have to make decisions and they have to get work done with and through others. Where are we going? The team leader must be […]

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Empowering Employee Recognition and Engagement Infographic

February 15, 2017

One of the most frustrating things that can happen in an organization is not being recognized for your work. And unfortunately, too many senior leaders are out of touch with how often employees are recognized. Terryberry’s infographic will show you statistics of how often managers report giving recognition, compared to how often employees report receiving […]

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Creating Positive Employee Experiences

November 8, 2016

By Kelly Eger Is your organization creating positive employee experiences? Last year, I met with a healthcare provider to discuss with them their engagement and recognition strategy. They had conducted an employee survey and scored low in both areas. When I asked them how they created positive employee experiences, there was little feedback. This idea that […]

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7 Facets of Employee Engagement and 40 Easy-To-Implement Action Items

September 19, 2016

By Catherine M. Mattice, MA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP I’m a subject matter expert on the topic of workplace bullying, and that means being an expert in everything opposite of workplace bullying. I eradicate workplace bullying for my clients by helping them replace bullying with a positive workplace culture and engaged employees. When employees are engaged, when […]

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The Olympics – What Can We Apply to Employee Recognition?

August 18, 2016

by Laurie Smith If there is a lesson to be learned from the Olympics, that lesson is that a key motivator for high performance is recognition. I came to this realization from a unique perspective; not only do I work for the best company in the Recognition industry but I have also been married for […]

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