The 'when' and 'how' of effective recognition

Topics: Employee Recognition, Employee Engagement, Workforce, Incentives, Performance Management, Recruitment and Retention, Frontline Accountability, Strategic Alignment


August 21, 2013  |  HR Advancement Center

Motivate Staff with Thoughtful Rewards

Any kind of recognition for a job well done is a good thing—but even a simple pat on the back can significantly improve staff engagement and performance if it's well-timed and thoughtfully executed.

Learn how to keep staff focused and incentivized with our tips for effective recognition.

How to Use Rewards to Instill Accountability

Incentives are powerful levers for reinforcing staff focus on organizational goals, yet are surprisingly underleveraged among performance management staff. Our study, Hardwiring Accountability at the Front Line, offers strategies for attaching meaningful consequences to achievement.

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