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Companies who have embarked on creating a recognition programme have usually spent quite a bit of time choosing suppliers, picking names, figuring out how to align their new programme to their values. By the time it gets around to communications and launch it can already feel like you’ve been talking about your recognition scheme for years. The launch and communications are such a vital part of generating the momentum for a recognition programme which will be needed for months after launch....

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Every company, regardless of size, scale or industry wants to get the very best out of its people. When people work hard, it logically follows that output and results increase. The idea of achieving that through recognition is not new, but with so many reward and recognition solutions out there, and all the bells and whistles attached, it can seem quite daunting for smaller business to adopt. Coupled with some leadership resistance to new and emerging social platforms – a simple solution is...

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So much has been written about millennials in the workplace; how to manage them, what to feed them and how to keep them happy at work (ping pong table obvs) that you’d be forgiven for thinking they were a newly discovered species! In this funny and insightful talk, Leah Georges reminds us to meet people where they’re at rather than assume their needs, challenges and ambitions are down to a specific generational requirement. Regardless of generation, everyone wants to be appreciated for who...

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Almost every leader would recognise that it’s their job to motivate their team, although not every leader knows how to go about it. The easiest people to motivate are the motivated! They come to you with new ideas, they go the extra mile, complete work on time, achieve targets. So, saying well done, you’re a valuable member of the team is really easy because they give you something to work with. But how do you motivate the people who suck the life out of you? The walking dead! The ones who...

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It can be tricky to manage a top performer in a team, you want to keep them engaged and motivated and genuinely think they’re doing a great job, but don’t want to be seen to always be saying well done to one person. So how do you avoid cries of favouritism around the office when praising a top performer? We have a few tips: Set clear expectations When the team know what’s important for the month, the goals the group are looking to achieve or the priorities it becomes easier to centre...

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