The Power of Recognition
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Employee Recognition: It’s the fuel that fires strong engagement and performance and keeps people working at high levels. If people don’t think their work is noticed, why bother? But if recognition is so important, why don’t managers use recognition more? Often the two biggest obstacles to more recognition are-- “I don’t have time” or “I don’t know how.”

3/8/2018
When: Thursday, March 8, 2018
10 AM - 12 PM
Where: Associated Industries Training Room
1206 N Lincoln St
Spokane, Washington  99201
United States
Presenter: Rochelle Crollard, SHRM-SCP; Associated Industries Consultant
Contact: Emily Wood
509-326-6885


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Employee Recognition:  It’s the fuel that fires strong engagement and performance and keeps people working at high levels.If people don’t think their work is noticed, why bother?

Research shows that effective recognition strategies consistently correlate with higher levels of employee engagement, retention, productivity and profitability.  Companies on Fortune Magazine’s 100 Best Places to Work place building a culture of appreciation as a critical component of their business models and they practice it.

In today’s workplace, employees expect to have more meaning in their jobs from the very first day.  They want a boss who will value their input, provide opportunities for learning and growth and recognize them for doing good work.  Recognition is one of the most powerful tools in a manager’s toolbox to reinforce specific, desired behavior that drive results. Employees want to believe that their work is making a difference and has purpose.  And they rely on their manager to let them know.
So, if recognition is so important, why don’t managers use recognition more?  Often the two biggest obstacles to more recognition are-- “I don’t have time” or “I don’t know how.”
In this fun and interactive session, we will discuss the power of positive feedback, practice the four components of meaningful recognition and learn how to make recognition part of your regular routine. We will share best practices and many recognition ideas to enhance your own unique practices that you can begin using right away!

 

Parking is free for training participants in the lot at Associated Industries, including handicapped accessible spots. For participants who need a special accommodation, please contact Associated Industries at 509-326-6885 or email training@aiin.com. We are happy to work with you to make additional arrangements.

 

Pricing: Member,  $75  |  Non-Member,  $150

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