Employees with a strong sense of belonging are more engaged, productive, resilient, and committed. Recognition is a key lever of belonging, but without the right program HR leaders may not be driving the results they need. Hear from Blythe McNamara, AXIS Capital Global Manager of Employee Engagement, on how her organization implemented and optimized their recognition platform and Dr Natalie Baumgartner, Achievers Chief Workforce Scientist, on the latest research connecting recognition and belonging.
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Natalie Baumgartner, Ph.D., is the chief workforce scientist at Achievers. She has spent her career advising companies of all sizes, from entrepreneurial startups to Fortune 500 firms, on issues related to company culture. Specifically tackling key hire assessment and portfolio due diligence issues, she’s found success analyzing what most overlook – the human element. Baumgartner serves on the board of the Consulting Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association. She is a popular speaker on culture and recently did a TEDx talk on the importance of culture fit.
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