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Employee Recognition Strategies

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Cindy Ventrice

Myth: Great recognition takes too much time. Truth: Your job is harder when you don't provide great recognition! Great recognition doesn't require more work. It requires a different way of thinking, a management strategy, and a few changes in habits. In return you get an engaged and productive workforce. Research shows that recognition is a key component of the engagement equation. Meaningful recognition has been proven to improve retention, productivity, safety, and customer service. But what exactly are the components of meaningful recognition? In this webinar we will look at the research into what employees want and how you can deliver it without working 20-hour days! We will answer the following questions: What makes recognition meaningful? What are the four elements of recognition? Why is recognition my job? How can I possible find time to recognize everyone? Don't miss out! This program is designed to increase your understanding and enthusiasm, while improving the quality and frequency of the recognition you offer.

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Cindy Ventrice
Cindy Ventrice

Employee loyalty specialist, Cindy Ventrice is a management consultant, author, and speaker with over 20 years of experience. She is the author of the best-selling book Make Their Day! Employee Recognition That Works and has done extensive research into what motivate us and causes us to remain enthusiastic long-term. Her work has been quoted in The New York Times, Harvard Business Update, BusinessWeek.com, and on CNBC.

Cindy has engaged with audiences around the world. As a professional speaker with a background in improvisational theater she brings energy and a sense of fun and discovery to her programs.
 


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