Course: Creating a Culture of Recognition
No CEU credits currently available for this course. In process of renewing certification with HRCI.
It is important to create a culture of recognition, regardless of the size or type of business you are in. Recognition for performance represents the single most validated principle for driving desired behavior and performance in today’s challenging economic times. The primary reason why managers don’t use recognition is because they report “they aren’t sure how to do it well,” according to doctoral research by Dr. Bob Nelson, the primary thought leader on this topic.
Dr. Nelson shows you how to create a culture of recognition, regardless of the size or type of business you are in. Employees in a recognition-focused company are 5 times more likely to feel valued, 7 times more likely to stay, and 11 times more likely to feel completely committed to their jobs and mission of the organization.
Dr. Bob offers a seminar which will expand your thinking about what recognition really means, and what you can do to build it into your culture. Far from being a “fuzzy feel-good notion,” Dr. Nelson shows you practical ways that you can get your managers to treat employees in ways that inspire employees to use their best efforts on a daily basis to create an exciting, positive work environment that produces more focused, competitive employees that better serve the goals of the organization.