Our panellists, Kate Bishop, Matt Norbury, David McLeod and Chris Brady were all on top form at The Power of Recognition evening.
pictures by Fitzroy Andrew
The evening began with a setting of the context of why recognition was so important and vital to employees today, and it became clear that whilst recognition for individuals by the business or organisation was important, having an authentic (and spontaneous) recognition from switched on line managers was where the real benefits lay.
We discussed under what conditions does recognition become vital and why are so many companies missing this great opportunity.
The whole evening was littered with fabulous anecdotes and case studies on the ‘Do’s and the Don’ts’ of recognition.
The questions from our guests brought everything to life. There were challenges around why some companies appear to practice the absolute opposite to what was being discussed and recommended? And why some managers didn’t appear to care about recognition and nobody else further up the company appeared to notice. This sparked a series of insights and potential approaches to resolving this.
We could have continued for hours.
Watch the video below to get an insight into The Power of Recognition brought to you by the Inspired Leaders Network.
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