Senior Vice President of Client Strategy at Madison Performance Group
Webcast On Demand
We all know that employee engagement produces better business results. Research from a wide range of resources confirms that emotionally and intellectually committed employees are more productive, customer focused and profitable.
And while those measures are the keys to long-term business success, senior executives are also looking for actionable benefits that affect day-to-day outcomes. They seek solutions that: foster cooperative (and not competitive) cultures, build internal communities of common interest, promote front-line innovations and make the brand come alive. And they look to do all of this across multiple generations and, in many cases, on a global scale.
So how can HR executives responsible for recognition programs realign their programs to meet this new standard? Having the answer will strengthen your reputation within the C-suite, while making your recognition programs stronger organizational tools. During this webcast you will learn:
Why cooperative cultures are a must and how you can help create them
How social and mobile technologies help create aligned workers (critical for virtual employees)
Why the best ideas are often hidden from senior management and how your program can uncover and exploit them
What you will need to do to support recognition programs on a global scale
The practical and strategic value of “configurable” technology
Despite recent advances in employee recognition practices and technology, many organizations continue to view recognition programs as useful, but limited, initiatives to boost morale. But when thoughtfully designed and correctly executed, an ...