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Free Non-Monetary Rewards/Recognition Matrix

Motivate Top Talent by Giving Them a Standing Ovation

Image representing the idea that your best employees will only perform to a standing ovation - teach your managers how to be exceptional at non-monetary rewards and recognition

Top talent will only perform to a standing ovation.

If you're not patting them on the back:

when they hit or exceed your high expectations,

when the go beyond the call of duty,

when they demonstrate the values and behaviors you want role-modeled for the rest of the organization,

then your best performers will leave to go to a place where they are recognized and rewarded.

This is basic employee motivation 101. Abraham Harold Maslow talked about people's need to feel rewarded and recognized for their contribution as part of his "hierarchy of human needs" model. Numerous best-selling authors and best-practice studies in retention strategies have identified the need for companies to have a non-monetary rewards and recognition system.

We're talking about a system that goes beyond the usual employee of the month name on the wall, the annual company picnic, and the anniversary pins for 5, 10 or 15 years of service.

Our Non-Monetary Rewards/Recognition Improvement Project will examine 8 key elements of best practices for a systematic and structured program of non-monetary rewards and recognition. If you'd like to significantly boost employee motivation, commitment, passion, and engagement, request a custom quote now to start the process of implementing one of the most powerful programs in retention management.



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