The Next Steps: Sustaining Your Recognition Program for Continued Success
You’ve implemented a recognition program that your leaders and teams are excited about. It’s new, purposeful, and fun. But how can you keep the launch momentum going and continue to grow participation and engagement? Join our March webinar to hear the latest in sustainment strategies and research as experts Neil Shastri and Gary Beckstrand share the power of creating a sustainment roadmap.
Drawing on data gathered in a global survey of 400 HR leaders, you’ll gain insights on how successful companies around the world sustain and grow their recognition programs.
In our March webinar, you’ll learn:
• Key touch points to further engage employees and managers
• How to construct a cultural impact roadmap specific to your organization’s needs
• What global research says about the impact of recognition on your workplace culture
• Strategies on delivering truly meaningful recognition—the kind that impacts the culture of appreciation you ultimately want to build
This webinar will introduce brand new research and insights from a joint study conducted by Aon Hewitt and O.C. Tanner about sustaining and growing your recognition program.
Global Insights & Innovations, Aon Hewitt
As the head of the Global Insights & Innovations team at Aon Hewitt, Neil Shastri leads select research initiatives and the development of articles, points of view, and white papers. A subject matter expert on Aon Hewitt’s Macro Talent Development offer area, Neil works to help clients from business to government around the world understand how to attract, develop, and retain great employees.
Vice President, O.C. Tanner Institute
Gary brings 27 years of research, marketing, and business development experience to O.C. Tanner. He has consulted with numerous Fortune 100 companies to assess recognition cultures, develop strategic solutions, and measure results. Prior to joining O.C. Tanner, Gary managed many well-known brands for global organizations, including Frito-Lay, Kellogg’s and Franklin Covey. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Brigham Young University and a Master’s Degree in business from Northwestern University.