In 2009, 3M launched an all-in-one solution called We Are 3M that transformed their culture, employer brand, and reward and recognition mindset. Read their remarkable story and learn how to engage an offline workforce, implement culture management best practices, and much more.
Consolidating your recognition and rewards program will save you money, increase consistency of recognition events across the enterprise, allow your managers to better leverage business intelligence and increase your employee's connection to your organization.
In this webinar, Bersin and Associates’ President and CEO Josh Bersin, and Principal Analyst Stacia Garr will share new research that uncovers why organizations should focus on recognition as a critical part of their overall talent management efforts to drive business results.
The research in this report reveals that progressive organizations look at recognition differently. Most importantly, they have a strategy for recognition that ensures alignment with business goals, organizational culture and other talent management processes. These organizations design their programs to consistently reinforce key behaviors and...
From Ad-Hoc to Value-Add: Using Bersin & Associates’ Employee Recognition Framework to Create Strategic Recognition Programs
During this webcast, Stacia Garr, Senior Analyst at Bersin, will introduce the framework, explain how organizations can use it to design a strategic recognition program and share examples of how organizations have executed different parts of the framework.
Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is a valuable ingredient for business success, yet few companies teach their leaders how to become more emotionally fluent or competent.
Organizations everywhere seek to recruit, retain and inspire their employees. However, the #1 problem in business today is unsuccessful hiring. Business is competitive, and people are the competitive advantage.
Bersin and Associates' latest research proves that providing recognition at the individual, team and organization-wide level correlates with above-average employee productivity, engagement and business results.
“More companies are discovering that an über-connected workplace is not just about implementing a new set of tools - it is also about embracing a cultural shift to create an open environment where employees are encouraged to share, innovate and collaborate virtually.”
Two-thirds of the reasons why managers do not use recognition stem back to the beliefs they have about the topic.