Date & Time: Wednesday, August 10, 2022 2:00 pm ET
Corinne Selk, Principal Strategy Consultant, Workhuman
Ed O’Boyle, Global Practice Leader, Gallup
As employee needs continue to shift, it can be difficult to know the best ways to leverage recognition and drive real impact. Gallup recently partnered with Workhuman to explore how organizations across the United States and Western Europe are using recognition to create human-centered workplaces and reap strategic business benefits like improved engagement and retention. Among the key results, the research found that employees who received the right amount of recognition were 70% less likely to be burned out always or very often and 56% less likely to be looking or watching for job opportunities.
Join Corinne Selk, Principal Strategy Consultant at Workhuman, and Ed O’Boyle, Global Practice Leader at Gallup, as they discuss these new findings and their significance for the future of work. This timely conversation will be filled with data-backed insights and real-world examples about what organizations need to be doing to build a culture of recognition where all employees can thrive and do their best work.
Together we will discuss:
- The value of recognition and its impact on engagement, connection, culture, and retention
- The five pillars of recognition identified in the Gallup-Workhuman research and the framework they provide for meeting the needs of today’s employees
- Actionable steps to help managers and organizations unleash the full potential of recognition
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