How to Effectively Communicate Appreciation to Remote Employees
April 21, 2020 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
In these unprecedented times, many employers are working through a speedy shift toward remote work and work-from-home operations. In this webinar, author Dr. Paul White will share practical ways to maintain a positive workplace culture among socially distanced employees and how to communicate authentic appreciation to remote employees.
Since we know that when employees feel appreciated, their engagement increases (as well as a number of other positive benefits occur), a key question becomes: how is appreciation effectively communicated to remote colleagues? Dr. Paul White’s team completed research with over 86,000 employees, comparing how individuals in long-distance work relationships want to be shown appreciation in contrast to those who work in face-to-face settings.
Dr. White will share these results and the practical implications for supervisors and managers who work with remote employees. Learn about preferred appreciation languages of remote workers and practical actions employees suggest for making long-distance appreciation more effective.
As a result of participating in this webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Identify the ways long-distance work relationships differ from face to face interactions.
- Learn how remote employees prefer to be shown appreciation from their co-workers.
- Implement specific actions and strategies that are more effective in communicating authentic appreciation to team members who work remotely.
This webcast is free, but spaces are limited, so register today.
This webinar qualifies for HRCI, SHRM and WorldatWork recertification.