Leveraging Employee Recognition Program for Business Performance
15 May 2018, 9:00AM - 5:00PM, WAT Lagos, Nigeria
In a bid to overcome the prevailing harsh economic climate while maintaining a competitive advantage, organizations are increasingly under immense pressure to achieve more with less. At a time when cost is a big issue for businesses, intangibles, such as employee recognition programmes, remain a powerful cost effective tool for enhancing employee morale and boosting contribution to the workplace. It has been proven over time that employee recognition has the greatest value, yet costs little or nothing to implement!
Given the intrinsic nature of employee motivation, recognition remains one of the most effective ways to ignite the fire within. Based on research, there is a strong positive correlation between recognition, employee motivation and business performance. Organisations with strategic recognition programmes have better engaged, motivated and satisfied employees.
This goes to show that recognition holds an important value proposition for motivating and retaining key employees, if properly designed and implemented. Maintaining an environment in which recognition is encouraged is one of the trademarks of great organisations that are truly committed to their people and achieving business results.
The true test of an effective recognition programme is whether and to what extent it contributes to institutionalizing a culture of appreciation within a organization and which makes the employee feel valued and reinforces desired behaviours.
The objective of this course is to equip HR practitioners with the knowledge, skills and innovative ideas for designing, enhancing and successfully implementing a recognition programme, which promote behaviours that directly support business objectives.
N100,000 per participant, exclusive of VAT
5% discount for 3 to 4 participants and 10% discount for 5 participants and above
Duration: 1 Day
Dates: May 15, 2018
Time: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
|Venue/ Location||Who Should Attend?|
Bishop Aboyade Cole Street
• HR and Reward practitioners
• Managers and team leads who typically act as champions and role models & mentors for their team members
• Finance functions that liaise with HR for costing, funding and accounting for Rewards programmes
• Union members who need to improve their knowledge of Rewards and how it affects union members
• Senior and executive management roles that need to enrich and broaden their knowledge on Rewards