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Captain Obvious: Good Bosses Talk with People

by Lynette SilvaRecognize This! – Not recognizing employee achievements is the top communication issue preventing effective leadership.Confession time. I like commercials. Well, I like good, engaging, funny or emotional commercials. I cry every time I see that Folgers commercial with the soldier coming home for…See More
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Compensation Cafe: Keeping Top Employees in an Era of Disappearing Raises

by Derek IrvineRecognize This! — Frequent, timely and appropriately calibrated awards can be a more effective means of rewarding employees fairly than mediocre merit increase budgets.Without directly intending it, my last two posts on Compensation Cafeaddressed how to keep and reward your top performers in a compensation…See More
Jun 24
Derek Irvine posted a blog post

We Really Aren’t Working as Hard as We Say We Are

by Lynette SilvaRecognize This! – A good sign of a misguided approach to measuring value at work is when we game the major mechanism of measuring that value.We have a problem at work. We seem to have jumped ahead to robot era, forgetting that we’re really humans. Humans with volatile emotions, a need to sleep, competitive and compassionate natures, complex lives. We are messy. And…See More
Jun 22
Derek Irvine posted a blog post

Why Applying Important Life Skills at Work Matters

by Derek IrvineRecognize This! – Expressing your appreciation to others is a skill and muscle that requires practice and exercise, in all avenues of life.I’ve many sources for inspiration for this blog, but one that has rapidly become a favorite is LinkedIn. LinkedIn has become a powerful resource for far more than recruiting…See More
Jun 18
Derek Irvine posted a blog post

What’s the Opposite of Saying “Thanks?”

by Derek IrvineRecognize This! – Deep, meaningful connections are created when we become vulnerable to express our appreciation to others and humbly receive it, too.We are returned from WorkHuman inspired, invigorated, and energized for developing this movement to create and support workplaces where we can bring our whole…See More
Jun 15
Derek Irvine posted a blog post

Let’s WorkHuman Together

by Lynette SilvaRecognize This! –WorkHuman isn’t an event. It’s an idea, an action, a movement, a result.I’m back in the office after spending the week at our inaugural WorkHuman event. I am very much on a conference high, deeply influenced and affected by everything we learned about how – together – we can be happier, healthier, more motivated, more engaged in matters most to us, and so much more.What does all this look like? It’s about…See More
Jun 12
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Jun 12
Derek Irvine posted a blog post

3 Attributes of a WorkHuman Culture

by Derek IrvineRecognize This! – Every workplace has a culture for good or ill. Creating a WorkHuman culture requires transparency, resources and evolution over time.One of my go-to blogs for continual learning in HR is Sharlyn Lauby’s HR Bartender. In particular, …See More
Jun 4
Derek Irvine posted a blog post

Cultures of Recognition Don’t Create Themselves

by Traci PeschRecognize This! – Leadership, involvement by all, and strong communications are critical to making recognition and appreciation part of the daily rhythm of work.During my career at Globoforce, I’ve had the pleasure of working with dozens of companies across nearly every industry type. While my role is consult…See More
Jun 2
Derek Irvine posted a blog post

3 Lessons on the Power of Thanks on Vacation

by Lynette SilvaRecognize This! – Appreciation and gratitude for others are powerful forces that are always at work, if we choose to notice them.Last week I enjoyed my first “real” vacation in many years. Learning from the experts I’ve been studying in preparation for WorkHuman next month, I fully disconnected and focused on…See More
Jun 1
Derek Irvine posted a blog post

The Power of Thanks * 33Voices Interview

by Derek IrvineRecognize This! — Thanks and appreciation are powerful because the expression of thanks requires acknowledgement of the actions, achievements, behaviors and contributions of others.One of my greatest professional pleasures in 2014 was collaborating again with Globoforce CEO Eric Mosley to write The Power…See More
May 27

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