Value-Driven Rewards and Recognition: the Engine of Engagement
Employee recognition has been around for a long time. We have all signed cards that circulate around the office for birthdays or service anniversaries every so often, and we all understand the power of a simple “thank you.” That kind of recognition is valuable, needed, and good, but recognition is much more than just a carrot to dangle in front of employees—it is the engine that drives engagement. This engine of rewards and recognition has the power to drive results in every facet of your organization from sales productivity right down to the resiliency of individual employees. (And if we are being honest, resiliency to changing dynamics is something that we all need in 2020, right?)
The impact of value-driven recognition is vast, and is much more than just a carrot to dangle in front of your employees. Value-driven recognition encourages your employees to live and celebrate your company values in all aspects of their work. Employees that are recognized in valuable, appropriate, and timely ways are more productive and loyal, and share the benefits with those around them. Value-driven recognition is the difference between a horse-drawn carriage and a finely-tuned engagement race car.
Join Awardco’s CEO Steve Sonnenberg as he dives deep into the many facets of employee recognition, including how to build the foundation of rewarding recognition, the psychology behind rewards and engagement, the key role of recognition in remote work, best practices of recognizing your employees, and the impact of value-driven recognition on your company’s bottom line.
At this event, you will learn:
- The importance of recognition—beyond just the dangling carrot
- The psychology of rewards and recognition
- The key role recognition plays in remote work
- Basic principles of recognition, including best practices