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Posted 18 May 2004 - 08:40 PM

The Sound of All Hands Clapping: Use recognition to build a better organization
By Craig Cochran

All humans crave recognition. It's a universal need. Whether you're a manager in Atlanta or a mechanic in Burnley, you want others to notice your efforts. Simply put, getting recognized feels good. We're all aware that employees benefit from recognition, but we tend to forget that organizations benefit just as much from recognizing their employees. What are some of the benefits to both employees and their companies? Let's take an inventory:

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Do you feel recognised? :king:
What recognition system does your organisation operate? :drunk:
Does it work? :dunno:


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