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.
In a matter of weeks, the COVID-19 pandemic has radically transformed our work and personal lives. Traditional incentives such as annual bonuses are no longer enough to keep employees inspired. To boost engagement, organizations need a year-round rewards strategy that will help create long-term emotional connections with their employees. This session will highlight the impact of gratitude in these times of uncertainty, and the ROI of carving out an employee recognition budget from your total rewards pie.
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.
Trying out a brand new, non-corporate approach to enhancing recognition is scary, and it shouldn't be! Hear about how a grassroots approach for team-based recognition generated energy, excitement and permission to grow a culture of learning and innovation. This presentation will outline how adopting a grassroots approach through a "Give Thanks" challenge enabled teams to implement their own practices to show and grow appreciation. Session will share innovative ideas, ROI and key learnings.
Join Kevin Yip, Co-Founder and COO at Blueboard, for a discussion around developing organizational empathy – and the ability to welcome and support your employees in their current state, providing them the runway to truly thrive at work. We'll outline the concept of organizational empathy (what it is, why it matters), with a focus on people-centric values, the foundation for building empathy.
Engaging employees is a challenge we all face. CA Short has developed these new rules of engagement that we believe create a blueprint for success. Join us to find out what they are and how you can start utilizing right away!
Join RPI Board Members, CRP course authors and facilitators who will lead you through the value of the Best Practices and show real-life examples in each area so you can start, re-energize and grow your recognition strategy.
The future is bright for HR analytics if performed ethically and responsibility. However, a recent study conducted by Insight 222 (2017), found that ethics and privacy concerns jeopardize 81% of HR analytics projects. This webinar introduces the HR Intelligence Cycle as an evidence-based and ethical approach for establishing an HR analytic function and core capabilities. In addition, this session will share some ethical guidelines to arm HR leaders and people analytics with the tools to proactively address ethical quandaries and challenge questionable people analytics practices in their organizations.