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Employee recognition: a driving force for staff engagement



This seminar will emphasize how recognition is a motivating force for sustainable organizational performance and how it influences your employees’ mental health, staff turnover, your appeal as an employer and overall quality of service.

Fee

$995 + taxes

Length

One day – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Language
Course given in French
Dates

HEC Montréal
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Recognition in the workplace is universally considered to be a fundamental need. In a world dominated by individualism, social dislocation and strategic choices that are increasingly opaque to managers and employees alike, it is more important than ever to acknowledge and reward individual performance. This seminar will emphasize how recognition is a motivating force for sustainable organizational performance and how it influences your employees’ mental health, staff turnover, your appeal as an employer and overall quality of service.


Goals

  • Understand the various facets of workplace recognition and the corresponding cultural implications in the West.
  • Learn how to exert a positive influence on recognition practices within your organization.

Is this for you?

  • Managers

This program is for you if:

  • You work in a supervisory capacity.

Special features

  • Program with a dual perspective (France/Quebec) that represents an opportunity for you to think about your personal work environment and develop a more effective way to address recognition-related issues within your organization.

Instructor:

Christophe Laval
Christophe Laval
CRP, PhD (Political Studies)

  • Define and understand the concept of recognition
  • Identify various types of recognition within your organization
  • Identify drivers and obstacles to employee recognition
  • Express your gratitude to your employees, colleagues or superiors
  • Understand the importance of culture (corporate and geographic) in implementing a recognition policy
  • Preparatory reading
  • Assessment
  • Overview of current knowledge
  • Videos
  • Assessment tools
  • Sharing of experiences and practices
  • Case study
  • Individual exercises in breakout groups

0.7 CEUs will be awarded upon successful completion of this seminar.

Participants in all of our seminars will receive a certificate of completion from Executive Education HEC Montréal.



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514 340-6046

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