Balancing business objectives with individual dynamics of the employees require managers to wear many hats and those that utilize coaching skills to drive employee engagement and performance can be more successful in striking that balance. However if those skills are not honed properly there are risks of falling short of the desired outcomes. Of equal importance is the need to build and maintain personal relationships in order for the coach approach to flourish.
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Wondering what to get for the employee that does everything? Would you like to know how to provide meaningful year-end rewards resulting in employee motivation and renewed discretionary effort? When customized to appeal to each and every employee, non-cash rewards can the best recognition strategy to achieve maximum impact.
There is a predictable rhythm to the start of my work day. Every morning I come into the office, greet my coworkers, unpack my stuff, and head over to the kitchen to grab a cup of coffee. There are a few things that never change. I check my emails, hop on to Twitter to see what the world is saying about HCI, and look at the weekly webcast and podcast schedule to see what’s next on the calendar. Around this 15-minute mark is where the predictability ends.
Who isn't looking for a lasting rewards and recognition strategy that not only drives prolonged employee disretionary effort but also fairly compensates the recipient for a job well done? The answer may very well be with gift cards. Yes gift cards. Turns out those stocking stuffer staples are the perfect answer to a question that too often plagues organizations worldwide. How to show employees how valuable their contributions really are.