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.
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Brian Scheerhoorn is the Enterprise Recognition leader. Brian is responsible for the strategy, design, and consulting for recognition programs across all lines of business including both service and performance-based recognition. Brian joined Wells Fargo in 1999 and has held various leadership roles in finance and human resources. Wells Fargo is a global financial services company with over 260,000 team members serving customers in 40+ countries. Prior to joining Wells Fargo, Brian started his career at Ernst & Young, providing audit services to financial services companies and then was a consultant at Ludington, Ltd a litigation consulting firm based in Minneapolis, MN. Brian earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in music performance from Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, MN and M.B.A in Accounting from the University of St, Thomas in Minneapolis, MN.
Rachel Niebeling, is an experienced recognition professional working as an organizational management consultant at LMI near Washington, DC. She has been an active member of RPI since 2016. She serves on the Learning Action Committee and joined the Board of Directors in 2019. She has also facilitated for the CRP certification. In her spare time, Rachel enjoys cooking, traveling, reading, and running.