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Our “Stickiness” Problem: Retention, Opportunities or Feedback?

by Derek IrvineRecognize This! – Employees need more opportunities, more regular conversations on performance, and more frequent recognition to overcome retention challenges.“People just don’t stick around like they used to.”How often have you heard that phrase in terms of employee retention goals, usually coupled with statements about “there’s just no loyalty anymore.”…See More
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Want More Happiness? Build Deeper Connections

by Lynette SilvaRecognize This! – Deeper, more meaningful relationships with others are a fundamental driver of happiness.Today is the International Day of Happiness. (Yes, that’s a thing.) Each year, a new area of focus is assigned to help us all achieve greater happiness and inspire the same in others. This year, the focus is on…See More
Mar 20
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Creating the Culture You Want Requires Common Behaviors

by Lynette SilvaRecognize This! – People drive your culture through the behaviors they exhibit every day.Sure, getting an entire company of very different and unique individuals to align behind your mission is difficult. Even more so is getting them all to behave in the specific ways you or the leadership team have identified as most pivotal to company success.But if an entire country can…See More
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“Good Job” – 2 Most Harmful Words in the English Language?

by Brenda PohlmanRecognize This! – Consider carefully the words we use to recognize others and whether go-to phrases like ”good job” have a place in our recognition vocabulary.If you were among the millions of movie fans around the world who tuned in to the Oscars yesterday, you may know that the title of this post refers to a line from one of the films nominated for Best Picture.…See More
Mar 5
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Compensation Cafe: Millennials on the Market

by Derek IrvineRecognize This! — Career advancement can be perceived as only possible by changing organizations. Good leaders — and good cultures — give employees reasons to stay.Recognition and retention are inextricably linked with each other. There is extensive research showing employees who do not feel noticed or valued are far more likely to leave for a workplace where they are.…See More
Mar 2
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3 Things I’m Grateful For at Work

by Lynette SilvaRecognize This! – You can’t gain the benefits of gratitude unless you are willing to be more grateful in the first place.I am thrilled with the availability of our newest book, The Power of Thanks. It’s a tremendous tool for anyone looking to change their work cultures for the better.…See More
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What “Amazing” Did You Miss Today?

by Lynette SilvaRecognize This! – Amazing work is being done by brilliant people around us every day, but it’s easy to miss unless we create more avenues for exceptional effort to be seen, acknowledged and appreciated.Here’s a photo that encapsulates the world we live in today. (Email subscribers, click through.)Eric Smith, the photographer who captured this image, …See More
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Have a Plan for an Appreciative and Grateful 2015

by Derek IrvineRecognize This! – Recognition and gratitude don’t often happen by accident. A clear plan for being more appreciative leads to greater sustained engagement and personal commitment.My colleague Brenda Pohlman shared a lovely post on Friday about her New Year’s Eve tradition with her husband. At the end of each year, they share their …See More
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http://www.recognizethisblog.com
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http://twitter.com/DerekIrvine
What is your HR area of expertise?
Recognition, rewards, incentives
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VP of Client Strategy and Consulting
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Derek Irvine's Blog

Our “Stickiness” Problem: Retention, Opportunities or Feedback?

Posted on March 23, 2015 at 4:47pm 0 Comments

by Derek Irvine

Recognize This! – Employees need more opportunities, more regular conversations on performance, and more frequent recognition to overcome retention challenges.

“People just don’t stick around like they used to.”

How often have you…

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Want More Happiness? Build Deeper Connections

Posted on March 20, 2015 at 2:32pm 0 Comments

by Lynette Silva

Recognize This! – Deeper, more meaningful relationships with others are a fundamental driver of happiness.

Today is the International Day of Happiness. (Yes, that’s a thing.) Each year, a new…

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Creating the Culture You Want Requires Common Behaviors

Posted on March 16, 2015 at 4:14pm 0 Comments

by Lynette Silva

Recognize This! – People drive your culture through the behaviors they exhibit every day.

Sure, getting an entire company of very different and unique individuals to align behind your mission is difficult. Even more so is getting them all to behave…

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3 Benefits of CEO Video Messages for Social Recognition Programs

Posted on March 12, 2015 at 2:39pm 0 Comments

by Traci Pesch

Recognize This! – Video messages powerfully communicate passion along with important messages, especially when delivered by top executives.

One of the best parts of my job is the creative work I get to do with our customers around…

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Lessons from “Best Companies to Work For”

Posted on March 11, 2015 at 4:55pm 0 Comments

by Derek Irvine

Recognize This! – Great companies are great only because of the people in them.

Yesterday on Compensation Café, I shared three commonalities experienced by companies that appear on Fortune’s “Best Companies to Work For”…

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