Appreciation at work, where everyone profits
Leadership practices to optimize performance and retention
Sponsors, board members, employees, or colleagues, want to affect an organization's success. As a leader, you need to communicate a person’s contribution and overall impact on the success of the organization — in comes appreciation. There are many forms of recognition. As a leader, knowing what a person values will guide you to appreciate them where they feel the most fulfillment. People often join an organization for the money or the profile; they stay for how they are valued.
In a dynamic, interactive presentation, Suzanne will take the audience on a self-reflective journey of assessing what they believe motivates their team. Based on interviews with leaders, and neuroscience insight, Suzanne will share what motivates teams long-term. The Audience will leave with seven strategic ways to demonstrate appreciation, each of which is low-cost and relatively easy to implement.
Neuroscience tells us that leadership and peer acknowledgment can have a profound impact on a person. By creating a culture of appreciation, you can increase your team's engagement and performance while having them experience a heightened sense of purpose - where everyone profits.
• How appreciation enhances team retention and customer or beneficiary experience
• Seven low – cost methods to implement recognition
• How to create a culture of appreciation.
What audience will be ignited?
• Leaders who want to retain employees
• Businesses who want to create an environment of care
• Entrepreneurs who want to get their teams to provide their best
Alternative appreciation keynote:
Your contribution count
Celebrating people who contribute to a community
Keynote OR Capacity building program
We will tailor the session to meet your conference theme, your audience, and/or your organizational objectives. contact us