In a business environment that demands more, is it enough for employee recognition programs to simply promise higher levels of engagement? Shouldn’t these initiatives also help prepare the enterprise for the challenges and opportunities that await in what’s become a highly virtual, knowledge-leveraged, global economy? In a world where the ability to access, keep, and leverage top talent is a competitive advantage shouldn’t HR also be making a bigger impact at the corporate planning table? The answer is yes and this presentation will discuss how the most progressive HR leaders are using their employee recognition programs to drive outcomes and cultural conditions that support the log-term growth of the organization.
Attendees will learn how advanced uses of recognition are helping HR...
Prepare the organization to thrive amidst the seemingly endless volume and velocity of change
Managers successfully organize, directing and motivating collaborative teams
Identify and commercialize the otherwise undetected “personal patents” within their value chain
Leverage existing feedback loops to better direct recognition resources, close performance gaps and build better business cases for employee engagement and its anticipated outcomes