It is happening everywhere: companies are not making enough money to compensate their employees for a job well done.
The challenge for HR professionals is to help all levels of leadership learn how to go beyond the paycheck with formal as well as informal recognition that doesn’t have to break the bank!
Whether you are part of the public sector, own a small business or hail from a Fortune 100 company, the challenge is the same: how to make your employees feel important, accepted and valued for what they contribute to the organization. You can make it happen by building workplace loyalty and promoting a sense of community.LEARNING OBJECTIVES
About Your Speaker
- Taking the lead in creating a “holistic approach” to building a culture of recognition
- Using recognition to reduce turnover and avoid whispers that you are running a “revolving door” operation
- Creating a formal employee recognition program that bridges the gap between losing good employees who don’t feel appreciated for their contributions
- Designing a theme around Distinguished Service or Community Service, Special Project Completion and more
- Create recognition programs that part of the big picture in the way that managers view and treat their employees
- Learn 5 key steps for defining eligibility to participate
- Select interesting and in some cases, novel ideas for recognizing your employees whether inside or outside the recognition process.
Carol Hacker is a celebrated speaker and author who is nationally recognized as a "high-content presenter who motivates".
Carol teaches her audiences how to build profitability through winning teams, productivity, employee competence, and a commitment to excellence.
As the author of over 350 published articles, 13 books, and scores of audio CDs, her conference attendees number in the hundreds of thousands. She presents more than 100 programs every year on recruiting, retention, leading a multigenerational workforce, team building, performance evaluation, motivation, change management and more.PHR \ SPHR Credits!
This program has been approved for 1.5 recertification credit hours through the HR Certification Institute.