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Best Practice Employee Recognition

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Karstens Melbourne

123 Queen Street

Melbourne, VIC 3000

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What makes a good employee recognition program?

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Employee recognition has been a topic which many leaders have felt has presented more questions than answers to date. International research into the topic of engagement has shown that appropriate employee recognition programs can contribute to high levels of engagement amongst employees.

Who Should Attend:

Chief Executive Officers, Chief Operations Officers, Managing Directors, Line Managers and Human Resource professionals.

How You'll Benefit:

Join us for a two hour participant workshop on the topic of best practice employee recognition during which you will learn about:

  • What is it best to recognise people for?
  • Does recognition work better with or without tangible rewards?
  • What about organisational values?
  • How do we build them into recognition programs?
  • Is it better to be recognised by your boss or your colleagues?
  • Does employee recognition lose its effectiveness over time?

Event Details:

Date: Tuesday 3rd March

Time: 9:00am to 11:00am

Venue: Karstens Melbourne. 123 Queens Street, Melbourne 3000

Cost: Free. Refreshments provided.

Webinar:

If you cannot attend the workshop, we are also offering a one hour webinar at 11am on Thursday 5th March. Please click here to register for the Webinar.

About the speaker:

Andrew commenced his career in Melbourne, Lecturing in Applied Psychology up to postgraduate level after qualifying. Andrew in his early academic career focused on research design and data analysis, including advising participants in higher degrees on research methodology and scientific structure of their theses.

Andrew has led SACS to develop a scientist/practitioner model of service. This has involved research activity with universities such as Deakin and Monash in Australia, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel and the University of Calgary and Brock University in Canada.

The research findings from these studies, which have led to multiple publications in peer-reviewed journals, inform the development of a range of evidence-based products provided to SACS clients, particularly in the areas of individual and group psychological measurement, including wellbeing assessment.

Andrew has provided Human Resource Consulting services in areas such as Psychological Measurement, HR Strategy, Workforce Planning and Development, Performance Management, Wellbeing Assessment, Change Management and Executive Search. Andrew is a keen student of worldwide HR trends and speaks often on these subjects. He is a very experienced and skilled workshop developer and facilitator and has provided these services to a range of clients at senior levels.

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