Recognition

How to Link Your Social Media Channels

New York
July 2015
Published by:: 
Incentive Magazine
10 top tips for linking Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, and more

The National HR Awards: Shining a spotlight on recognition leaders

Isn’t it about time HR won an award?

For the most part, it is usually human resource personnel who end up organizing the annual best-of-the best awards ceremonies. They often have to orchestrate the process for judging which nomination ends up being the winner.

But rarely do we acknowledge the HR team members behind the scenes who keep the people practices going in our companies.

This time, it’s a whole new ball game. The spotlight will shine on the many HR professionals who make our businesses run like a smooth operating machine.

Canadian HR Reporter, the Toronto-based national HR journal, is proud to present the inaugural National HR Awards, honouring HR departments from across Canada under 11 special award categories.

One of those award categories is the Best Recognition Program Award, sponsored by Rideau Recognition Solutions. I'm proud to be one of the judges along with Daryl Bettles, manager, compensation, benefits and human resources operations at Carswell, a Thomson Reuters business.

Human resource professionals are playing a more critical role today in aligning people strategies with business goals. They’re the driver of talent and development needs that keep Canadian companies as leaders in their industries.

Who do you know that merits acknowledgment for their outstanding work in recognition? To apply or nominate a colleague by the July 31 deadline, please visit the application page by clicking here.

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5 Tips For Surviving a Sudden Spike in Manufacturing Demand

Clevland
June 2015
Published by:: 
IndustryWeek
Most North American facilities are scrounging for capacity to fill manufacturing orders. Here are five ideas for taking advantage of the upside without overcommitting.

Showing Appreciation Strategically

Philadelphia
June 2015
Published by:: 
HRO Today
Rewards and incentives are proven to increase employee retention and productivity. Here’s how.
 

Top 10 Ways to Maximize Time for Giving Recognition

New York
June 2015
Published by:: 
Incentive Magazine
Not enough time is the No. 1 reason to not give employees the recognition that they deserve but that doesn't have to be the case.

The Art of Engagement

New York
May 2015
Published by:: 
Incentive Magazine
A Q&A with Peter W. Hart, Rideau CEO and co-author of People Artists

Top 10 Reasons Why Companies Fail at Employee Recognition

New York
May 2015
Published by:: 
Incentive Magazine
Here are all the ways in which companies fail to deliver effective, successful employee recognition.

How to Give Recognition Without Sounding Fake

Nevada
May 2015
Published by:: 
Switch and Shift
WARNING: Giving recognition the wrong way may be dangerous to the wellbeing of those you work with.

How Will You Measure Your Life?

Clayton M. Christensen, James Allworth & Karen Dillon - authors of How Will You Measure Your Life?

Can high-achievers have it all?

 
On the next episode of Rideau’s Real Recognition Radio, Roy Saunderson and S. Max Brown speak with Clayton M. Christensen, James Allworth and Karen Dillon, the authors of How Will You Measure Your Life?
 
Clayton M. Christensen is the Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School and the author of seven critically-acclaimed books.  A native of Australia, James Allworth writes for the Harvard Business Review, and has previously worked at Booz & Company, and Apple, Inc.  Karen Dillon was Editor of the Harvard Business Review and previously served as deputy editor of Inc magazine, and was editor and publisher of the critically-acclaimed American Lawyer magazine.
 
How do you stay grounded in purpose while being satisfied and happy in your career?
 
Don’t miss the next Real Recognition Radio program to learn how we start to make things better in our own lives.

Top 10 Social Media Myths That Need Busting

New York
April 2015
Published by:: 
Incentive Magazine
These 10 social media myths are just believable enough to hurt your ability to build meaningful, lasting relationships online
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