- Recognition often falls to the wayside because managers have so many responsibilities on their to-do lists.
- The impact of employee recognition is not often recognized – it's perceived as just a feel-good exercise.
- When managers do recognize their team, the recognition is generic and does not have the impact it could.
- Managers should focus on recognizing behaviors that support organizational core values and objectives to create alignment.
- Customize recognition to the employee’s preferences; personalizing the recognition will make it meaningful to the recipient.
- Everyone should have the opportunity to participate in the employee recognition program, whether that be through formal or day-to-day recognition.
Impact and Result
After this training, managers will be able to:
- Identify why recognition is valuable and how it can help organizations.
- Define the desirable behaviors that support the organization’s culture and strategy.
- Identify key recognition strategies and how they align with your organization’s core values and objectives.
- Action plan to champion your organization’s recognition practices.