Effective recognition and feedback is hugely powerful. Leaders that notice good performance and build recognition into their daily routine will improve team performance and motivation. But before you consider how best to give recognition, you need to understand what effective recognition looks like. Read our leader’s guide…
The words employee recognition conjure up scenes of lavish awards ceremonies and big budget events. But you don’t need a huge budget to recognise exceptional performance. Sally shares some alternative low cost ways to recognise exceptional performance in your team. What little things will you notice today?
Employee recognition creates a feel good factor that has clear benefits to an organisation’s performance. Can you imagine how the award winners feel the next day when they go into work, award in hand? Knowing they have the respect of their colleagues and can add ‘award winner’ to their CV. It gives everyone a lift and a clear sense of achievement.
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you communicate desired outcomes to your team but you’re not 100% sure if that message has landed? Whilst your outcomes might be clear to you, sharing these with others requires a totally different approach. This is what all leaders need to know about communication.