I am David Zinger your network host. I am a Canadian and global employee engagement speaker, educator, and expert who has devoted over 14,000 hours on engagement in the past 7 years and have worked on the topic since the early 1980's.
I define employee engagement as good work done well with others every day.
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I focus on behavioral engagement interventions based on the pyramid of employee engagement. Click here for a brief overview of the pyramid of engagement.
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Posted by Robert Morris on April 27, 2015 at 5:25am
Posted by Robert Morris on April 26, 2015 at 5:33am
How to make peer-to-peer recognition most effective.
Here’s the fastest way to kill your recognition program.
Develop a world-class peer-to-peer recognition (P2P) program, launch it to your people – and then sit back. It won’t take long before your program withers on the vine. That might seem like an obvious point, but it still surprises me to see how many organizations don’t give their programs the support they require to thrive.
Peer-to-peer programs represent the most effective way to make recognition part of everyday operations within an organization – and that “everyday” part is essential when you want to influence the behaviours that lead to better performance and better results. That’s the reason P2P has become so popular over the last decade – it gives everyone in the organization the opportunity to influence the outcomes of that organizations.
But rolling out a P2P program isn’t as simple as putting a new initiative in place – it’s actually about making a shift in your culture. You need your people to do something new as part of daily business, and that means you need to affect the way they think about recognition before they will actually perform recognition.
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