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Staff recognition tips and techniques

Using the words of others to recognize staff
How a school superintendent ensures that teachers and other staff read all the positive comments written by students and parents on attitude surveys. Read article...

Encourage children to express gratitude
A suggestion of what parents can do to help create a new generation of recognizers. Read article...

Planning a year of recognition
When planning for the new year, be sure to include recognition in your schedule. Read article...

Get up and go look for people to recognize; it’s good for your health
Researchers at Queensland University in Australia found that “getting up from one’s desk every few minutes could be the secret to a healthy heart—and a slimmer waist.” If you are up anyway, why not use this time to discover employees who are doing a job worthy of recognition? Read article...

Why a postal strike is bad for staff recognition
In a world when most communicate via email, voice mail and text messages, a handwritten thank-you note that is delivered by the post office really stands out. Read article...

Recognition...just for coming to work
Professional athletes are cheered the moment they step onto the ice or run on to the field—in other words, just for showing up for work. Why aren’t employees in other organization welcomed in the same fashion? Read article...

How green is staff recognition?
Acknowledging staff members with certificates, plaques and trinkets that they don’t value and may soon discard is environmentally unfriendly. There are ways to green up staff recognition. Read article...

The bell tolls for those who serve customers well
The sound of Taco Bell’s bell rewards the team for satisfying customers and serves as a reminder of what’s important for the business to be successful. Read article...

Reader demonstrates effective staff recognition is not about spending money
Not having a budget for recognition doesn’t prevent this supervisor from acknowledging staff for their contributions. Read article...

10 top ideas from recognition conference
Ideas gleaned from the 2010 conference of Recognition Professionals International. Read article...

This gesture of appreciation can last all year
A calendar that reflects a staff member’s interests or hobbies is an appropriate token of appreciation that will remind the recipient of your expression of appreciation all year long. Read article...

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