UTILIZING REWARDS AND RECOGNITION TO IMPROVE EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE
This one-day seminar discusses techniques for using non-monetary and small dollar-value awards to recognize, reward, and motivate employees toward continued and improved performance. The participants will explore effective and ineffective forms of recognition and the consequences of failing to recognize people.
After completing this seminar, participants will be able to:
- Diagnose motivational problems and discuss various incentives for performance improvement.
- Brainstorm reasons for recognizing and ways to recognize employees.
- Discuss appropriate methods of recognition and the possible outcomes of ineffective
Any employee (excluding commercial lenders, business bankers, or other employees on a formal incentive plan) responsible motivating staff, regardless of the specific reporting relationships. This includes managers, supervisors, team leaders, and mentors.
"Jeffery did a fantastic job all week keeping us engaged in the material and involved. He was a fantastic coordinator & lead professor"
Cliff Knowlton, Prime South
"WONDERFUL!! Great Instructor, great information. Will definitely attend more of Jeffery's classes".
Ansley Oliver, Georgia Commerce Bank