Employee recognition has the incredible power to help employees feel seen, valued, and inspired, which is especially important during times of great change and uncertainty.
While recognition is crucial to building and sustaining thriving organizational cultures, how should employee recognition practices evolve as we continue to work more virtually, move back to offices with social distance, and start to discover a “new normal” for our organizations? What is employee recognition's “new normal”?
Join Gary Beckstrand, Vice President of the O.C. Tanner Institute, and Erika Crocker, Senior Director of Solution Design and Consulting at O.C. Tanner, on Wednesday, June 24th at 2 p.m. EDT, as they share latest research and best practices to optimize your recognition efforts and help employees thrive.
Join us to:
• See the latest research on employee recognition practices in the workplace
• Get practical advice and fresh new ideas on what to consider and adjust in these changing times
• Learn principles for evolving recognition as your workforce and working environment evolves
Gary is a Vice President of O.C. Tanner, and author of Appreciate: Celebrating People, Inspiring Greatness. With nearly 30 years of research, business development, and leadership experience, Gary has seen what works (and what doesn’t) in top companies around the globe. Gary has spoken to tens of thousands of business leaders at conferences and companies all over the world. His expertise has been sought by numerous Fortune 100 companies, and has been featured frequently on inc.com, entrepreneur.com, and Forbes. Gary has a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Erika is Sr. Director of Solution Design & Consulting at O.C. Tanner. Erika’s passion is helping organizations create more inspiring and successful work environments—where people know how they can make a difference and are engaged in performing great work.
For over 20 years, she has consulted with some of the world’s most complex organizations, carefully crafting plans to impact engagement, performance, and culture. Growing up, Erika heard the advice from her father, “you can only learn so much from books,” which inspired her to study and work across the globe including living in Australia, Kenya, and Mexico. She continues to be guided by this philosophy in how she infuses research, global perspectives, and practical experiences into her work.
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