Many organizations today are trying to evolve their culture so that employees understand both the behaviors and activities necessary to achieve high performance. Organizations face two challenges, though: traditional performance management approaches do not foster consistent motivation, and most organizations do not know what other levers to pull to drive cultural change.
Social recognition is one way to address both challenges. It complements organizations’ performance appraisal efforts by providing opportunities for timely and meaningful reinforcement of positive behaviors. Further, all of the elements of high-impact learning culture can be reinforced using top-down and peer-to-peer social recognition. The end result is stronger employee engagement, higher retention and a more productive workforce.
In this webcast, you will learn:
The role of social recognition in moving toward ongoing performance management
The elements of a High-Impact Learning Culture and how social recognition can be used to reinforce them
Examples of how companies are effectively leveraging social recognition