Reward and recognition ideas that engage and motivate employees
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Reward and recognition ideas that engage and motivate employees

Tuesday, May 14, 2013
2:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. Central Time
Price: $199
Member Price: $159

A 75-minute webinar and live Q&A with Leila Bulling Towne, Executive Coach with The Bulling Towne Group, LLC


 

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  • Does free lunch truly motivate employees

  • Is recognition enough, or do they expect merit increases?

  • Do we "need" a recognition program? Where do I start?

These questions plague HR Communicators.

Get answers in this new HR Communication webinar, "Reward and recognition ideas that engage and motivate employees: Tips and strategies for the short- and long-term."

You juggle many HR projects, and recognition often gets dropped. But it's crucial for short- and long-term retention. Your managers must know how to give concise, meaningful feedback to employees.

You may be one of many companies with a formal procedure for underperforming workers. But your recognition program is vague, fitfully applied and inconsistent. Do some employees get promotions and raises while others, just as worthy, go unrecognized?

Join Leila Bulling Towne for this content-packed webinar, and learn how to build strong employee recognition.

You'll learn how to:

  • Teach managers how to motivate and reward superior work
  • Reward employees effectively (beyond the obvious—money)
  • Avoid losing top performers, keep employee retention up
  • Keep morale and recognition high on a limited budget
  • Share data about the real business value of recognition
  • Send a message that success is celebrated, not ignored
  • Determine how reliable exit-interview information really is
  • Give meaningful feedback—Leila shares her feedback primer
  • Identify workplace achievements that merit extra recognition
  • Be an HR coach and advisor, not just a "process creator"

You'll get expert advice, practical tips and real life examples of how reward and recognition can work in your organization.

Join us for this event, and start building morale and employee retention in your organization, today!