Recognizing and Engaging Employees for Dummies
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Date Published: 2015
Number of Pages: 384
Improve engagement, productivity, and motivation with effective employee recognition.
Recognizing and Engaging Employees for Dummies gives you the tools and information you need to improve morale, productivity, and personal achievement with a successful employee recognition program. Written by a world-leading authority in employee recognition, this book walks you step-by-step through the design and implementation process and describes the incentives that work, the behaviors to reward, and the mechanisms that must be in place for the program to be effective in the long term.
You'll learn how to pinpoint the places where engagement and recognition could improve the bottom line, and how to structure the reward for optimal balance between motivational, financial, and organizational effectiveness. With clear explanations and a fun, friendly style, this book is your quick and easy guide to boosting productivity, profit, and client satisfaction.
When your employees feel appreciated, they stick around, work harder, achieve more, and drive your business onward and upward. This book shows you how to bring that dynamic to your workplace, with step-by-step guidance and helpful advice.
- Design successful recognition programs
- Create powerful incentives for employees
- Reduce turnover, improve engagement, and drive excellence
- Foster a happier and more productive workplace
Happy employees are productive employees. They get results. They innovate. They are the force behind the advancement of industries. Effective employee recognition programs are self-sustaining motivational tools that keep the fire lit.
If you're ready to spark the flame, Recognizing and Engaging Employees for Dummies is the ideal guide for designing, implementing, and maintaining the program your firm’s employees have been waiting for.
To hear more about recognizing and engaging employees in the A/E industry, check out Dr. Bob Nelson, PhD, on his recent appearance on the PSMJ Podcast.