Learn how to be a rebel in designing a recognition strategy that challenges the status quo, encourages peer-to-peer recognition and promotes social cohesion.
Master using social media to put recognition under the spotlight.
How to properly communicate recognition programs to employees to fuel company culture
Case studies from recognition rebels.
The recognition programs found in many organizations today are quite problematic, and according to research we conducted in January 2018, there’s a substantial need for change.
Improvements in recognition can come at a high level as several companies have used data to make helpful shifts, which has enabled them to achieve more positive results from their recognition programs.
Perhaps one of the most important shifts for recognition programs is the incorporation of social media, a platform that allows for peer feedback, emphasizes the accomplishments of employees and puts them into the public eye, and enriches the organization’s culture as a whole.
Rebels are people who are looking to shake things up and create a radically different relationship with their people. Rebels think of new ways to implement recognition programs that eliminate the old ways and builds a culture of continuous thanks.
Join Debra Corey, Global Head of Employee Engagement at Reward Gateway, to learn more about her journey implementing recognition programs at many companies for more than 30 years.