When it comes to supporting cultures of great work, managers matter. Managers who regularly share appreciation and recognize individual and team accomplishments create environments where great work happens again and again.
While some managers are natural appreciators, others find it takes some work. Then of course, you have negative objectors who may not even understand (or believe) the impact recognition can have. Join the O.C. Tanner Institute’s Jeff Birk as he lists out the top 10 excuses managers give of why they don't recognize their people. Plus, actionable strategies to overcome each one.
As a manager of Speaking and Training, Jeff’s trained thousands of managers around the world. Drawing from best practices, leading research, and relevant examples, he’ll share how you can help your managers:
Choose appropriate rewards relevant to the achievement
Prioritize recognition amidst a busy schedule
Deal with jealousy or suspicion
Manage their recognition budget fairly
Register Today Thursday, May 14, 2015 2:00 PM EDT / 11:00 AM PDT / 7:00 PM GMT
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A frequent speaker at ATD—the world’s largest Training and Development conference, Jeff Birk is known for combining humor with insights to make presentations on employee recognition, great work, and career achievement purposeful and memorable. This past year, he has worked with a broad range of clients, including Honda, Grady Health System, BDO Canada, Virgin Trains, Carson Tahoe Health, and more. Lisa Fitzgerald, Director of Human Resources, Eide Bailly shared how at their annual partnership review Jeff’s presentation “was engaging, interactive, and integrated humor into his meaningful message.”
Attendees will receive 1 general credit hour toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification.