Recognition: The Beating Heart of Culture
The final thoughts from O.C. Tanner’s Great Work Index Study are perhaps the most powerful, showing that recognition doesn’t just make people feel better, it makes their work better. Even simple acts of appreciation can have measurable effects on performance, increasing employees’ great work skills by double digits.
But this Orange Paper isn’t about simple acts of appreciation. It’s about integrating appreciation into your company culture so that recognizing greatness isn’t an afterthought, it’s the first thought. It’s about creating a true culture of recognition. One where both managers and peers appreciate each other, fueling the kind of great work skills that lead to experimentation, innovation, and collaboration.
Download this Orange Paper and learn how recognition is the lifeblood of a work culture, and discover the very real, very measurable results of creating one at your company.