Essential Recognition for Leaders is an overview course of Recognition Best Practices developed from years of implementation and research. This online class will help you create awareness and better understand the important role of recognition in the workforce. This online course includes a new Learning Guide for you to implement tools and strategies today.
How did Laura Hudson go from being tormented daily as a child by bullies and hiding behind a wig afraid to look up from the floor to a woman who is unapologetically herself and always sharing the joy in life? She found happy. In her session "Finding Happy," she will detail the steps you need to take to not only find the joy in times of stress but also to use the practices to create a workplace that your employees look forward to every day! Finding Happy... at Work!
The Employee Experience in today’s workplace is continually transforming. This session will introduce five trends that are influencing the Employee Experience. You’ll learn about how diversity and inclusion programs are evolving, the importance of recognizing five generations in the workforce and how work/life balance is being redefined.
In this research-based, yet laid back and information-packed presentation, participants should expect to look toward the future of recognition and examine the trends that will define the next wave of recognition and incentive-based programs for organizations at all levels and sizes.
Hear from recognition leaders at Wells Fargo and LMI how they used RPI’s Best Practice Standard “Recognition Strategy” to build recognition programs that supported their company cultures. Learn how organization leaders think about culture and how we have used our recognition strategies to help drive the desired company culture. We will tie this back in particular to the recognition strategy best practice with maybe a more indirect tie back to management responsibility.
What is EQ? EQ is similar to IQ; IQ stands for Intelligence Quotient whereas EQ stands for Emotional Intelligence Quotient. EQ is a measure of your ability to monitor, identify, understand and use emotional information, whether it comes from you or from somebody else. Those with a higher EQ are able to manage feelings like anger, happiness, insecurity, or fear in order to “respond” to situations rather than “react” to situations. Studies show that up to 80% of the average person’s personal and career success can be attributed to their level of EQ. The good news is, EQ can be increased with practice.
It takes just two words to supercharge employee engagement in your organization — the challenge is how you think about and use “Thank You.” Join leaders from Recognition Professionals International’s Board of Directors for an enlightening hour designed to help any organization to elevate a culture of recognition as a way to driver behaviors, performance and engagement.
Often at work we could use a hand — either someone lending assistance or someone applauding our efforts. But this assistance may be neglected as we craft strategy, scrutinize analytics, or think about the big picture. Perhaps the key to overcoming this neglect are moments, because all employee experience occurs in moments and each of us may benefit by being offered a “second chance.” Moments matter. Recognition matters. Engagement matters. We need to infuse the moments that matter with recognition and engagement for the benefit of all. I define engagement as: good work done well with others every day. Embedded within each day are a myriad of moments that are infused with the potential to make a difference at work.