FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailEmployee Recognition Ideas Drive Motivation and Job Satisfaction Employee recognition is a powerful tool in building morale, motivation and job satisfaction. A pat on the back, a personal note from a peer or a supervisor does wonders. Small, informal celebrations are many times more effective than a once a quarter or once a year formal […]
FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemail Is your Employee of the Month Program doing more harm than good? Here is a question someone sent me about starting an Employee of the Month (EOM) Program and my response. I attended your session in Philadelphia, “The Care and Feeding of Staff: Energize, Engage and Motivate Your Work Force.” The timing was just […]
FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailBAD Management Forces GOOD People to Quit Scott Adams has never been a fan of management. Adam’s cynical view of work life is illustrated in his Dilbert cartoons. In the November 6-7 edition of the Wall Street Journal, he said, “The primary purpose of management is to kill any hope that staying with your current […]
Using icebreakers and team building exercises can make meetings and team events more productive, fun and energizing.
FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailDESIGNING AN EMPLOYEE RETENTION STRATEGY Five Steps to Reduce Employee Turnover Learn how to create a work environment that attracts, keeps, and motivates your workforce. Discover why some employees would rather work for a good employer than leave for a pay raise. This session will show managers, owners, supervisors,and human resource professionals not only how to retain their most talented […]
FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailReward and Recognition Ideas to Build a Motivated Workforce Everyone has had a bad hair day, but how about a bad tie, bad hat or bad shoe day? More and more companies are putting together contests on the ugliest dressed. Another company sponsors an annual turkey bowling contest. Employees go out on the loading dock, […]