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4-Hour Employee Rewards and Recognition Certificate Program (Starts 09-18-2024)

Sep 18, 2024 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm EDT

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$595.00
4-Hour Employee Rewards and Recognition Certificate Program

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4-Hour Employee Rewards and Recognition Certificate Program (Starts 09-18-2024)
$ 595.00
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Continuing Education Credits:

  • HRCI – 4 HR(General) Credits
  • SHRM – 4 PDC’s

Schedule: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Eastern Time

This program is essential for HR professionals, managers, and supervisors seeking to enhance employee engagement, satisfaction, and retention within their organizations. Understanding the importance of employee recognition and its impact on company culture is crucial for fostering a motivated and productive workforce. This training offers a comprehensive introduction to various types of recognition programs and their roles in shaping a positive work environment, equipping attendees with the knowledge needed to implement effective recognition strategies.

The program delves into the nuances of designing effective recognition programs, including setting clear objectives and identifying key success metrics. Tailoring these programs to meet the diverse needs of the workforce ensures that all employees feel valued and appreciated. By learning best practices in employee recognition, attendees will be able to create a recognition-friendly environment, making appreciation timely, personalized, and meaningful. This is especially important in maintaining high morale and reducing turnover rates.

Moreover, the training emphasizes the importance of manager and leadership involvement in recognition efforts. Educating managers on effective recognition methods and encouraging leadership by example can significantly enhance the overall impact of recognition programs. By establishing a recognition task force, organizations can ensure continuous and focused efforts in maintaining a culture of appreciation. Addressing the unique recognition needs of different employee groups, such as frontline and remote workers, further ensures inclusivity and fairness.

Finally, the program provides practical tools and platforms for implementing recognition programs, along with strategies for overcoming common challenges. By celebrating milestones and achievements and continuously improving recognition practices based on feedback, organizations can maintain a dynamic and effective recognition program. Real-life case studies offer valuable insights, helping attendees understand what works and what doesn’t. The training concludes with the development of an action plan, enabling participants to immediately apply their new skills and knowledge within their organizations.

Program Features 

  • Expert trainer with extensive HR experience and legal expertise
  • Comprehensive coverage of essential HR topics and legal compliance requirements
  • Interactive and engaging training format with practical examples and case studies
  • Pre- and post-test to assess learning outcomes and measure program effectiveness
  • Opportunity for Q&A and networking with peers and HR professionals
  • Certificate of completion upon successful program completion

Why Attend This Training Program

  • Enhanced Employee Engagement and Satisfaction: Learn how to design and implement effective employee recognition programs that significantly boost morale, motivation, and job satisfaction, leading to a more engaged and productive workforce.
  • Strategic Alignment and Organizational Goals: Develop the skills to align recognition programs with broader organizational goals and values, ensuring that your efforts support the overall mission and strategic direction of your company.
  • Comprehensive Understanding of Recognition Programs: Gain a thorough understanding of various types of recognition programs, including formal, informal, peer-to-peer, and manager-driven, and how to effectively utilize each within your organization.
  • Customized Recognition Strategies: Learn to tailor recognition programs to meet the diverse needs of your workforce, ensuring inclusivity and fairness across different roles, departments, and demographics.
  • Professional Growth and Certification: Achieve a recognized certification that demonstrates your expertise and commitment to professional development in employee recognition, enhancing your credibility and career advancement prospects.

Topics Covered

  • The Importance of Employee Recognition
  • Types of Employee Recognition Programs
  • The Role of Recognition in Company Culture
  • Setting Clear Objectives
  • Identifying Key Metrics for Success
  • Tailoring Programs to Diverse Workforce Needs
  • Timeliness and Frequency of Recognition
  • Personalization and Specificity
  • Creating a Recognition-Friendly Environment
  • Digital Platforms for Employee Recognition
  • Utilizing Social Media and Internal Channels
  • Integrating Recognition with Existing Systems
  • Training Managers to Recognize Effectively
  • Leadership by Example
  • Creating a Recognition Task Force
  • Recognition for Frontline Employees
  • Recognition for Remote Employees
  • Recognition for High Performers
  • Common Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them
  • Addressing Bias and Fairness
  • Maintaining Consistency Across Departments
  • Service Awards and Anniversaries
  • Project and Team Accomplishments
  • Individual Achievements and Innovations
  • Collecting and Analyzing Feedback
  • Adjusting Programs Based on Feedback 
  • Staying Updated with Industry Trends
  • Successful Recognition Programs
  • Lessons Learned from Recognition Failures
  • Creating an Action Plan

Target Audience

  • Current HR Directors: Professionals already holding HR Director positions seeking to update their skills and stay abreast of the latest trends and practices in the field.
  • Senior HR Managers: Experienced HR Managers looking to take the next step in their careers and prepare for roles at the director level.
  • Aspiring HR Leaders: Individuals aiming to transition into senior HR roles, such as HR Directors or Vice Presidents of HR, and seeking the necessary skills and credentials.
  • HR Business Partners: HR professionals who work closely with senior management and need to understand strategic HR management at a higher level.
  • Talent Development Managers: Those responsible for employee development and succession planning who are looking to expand their strategic HR capabilities.
  • Organizational Development Professionals: Individuals focused on organizational change and development, looking to enhance their understanding of strategic HR’s role in these processes.
  • HR Consultants and Advisors: Independent consultants and advisors who provide strategic HR guidance to organizations and need to stay current with industry best practices.
  • Small Business Owners/CEOs: Leaders of small to medium-sized businesses who often take on HR responsibilities and need a deeper understanding of strategic HR management.
  • HR Professionals in Transition: Individuals between roles or looking to shift their career path within HR, aiming to increase their marketability and job prospects.
  • HR Academics and Educators: Educators and researchers in the field of human resources or related fields looking to update their knowledge and incorporate current practices into their teaching and research.
  • Non-HR Executives: Executives from other departments who collaborate closely with HR and need to understand the strategic importance and functions of HR within an organization.
  • HR Generalists: Professionals handling a broad range of HR functions and seeking to deepen their knowledge and specialize in employee recognition programs.
  • Employee Engagement Specialists: Those focused on improving employee engagement and looking for effective recognition strategies to enhance workforce motivation.
  • Compensation and Benefits Managers: Individuals responsible for employee compensation and benefits, seeking to integrate recognition programs with overall reward strategies.
  • HR Analysts: Professionals analyzing HR data and trends, interested in understanding how recognition impacts organizational metrics.
  • Learning and Development Coordinators: Those planning and coordinating employee training programs, aiming to incorporate recognition as part of development initiatives.
  • Employee Relations Managers: Individuals managing employee relations, looking to use recognition as a tool to improve workplace harmony and reduce conflicts.
  • Performance Management Specialists: Those overseeing employee performance appraisals and reviews, seeking to link performance outcomes with recognition practices.
  • Diversity and Inclusion Officers: Professionals dedicated to fostering diversity and inclusion, looking to ensure recognition programs are fair and inclusive.
  • HR Technology Specialists: Individuals implementing and managing HR technology solutions, aiming to integrate and optimize digital tools for employee recognition programs.

Agenda

10:00 AM – 10:20 AM: Module 1 – Introduction to Employee Recognition

  • The Importance of Employee Recognition
  • Types of Employee Recognition Programs
  • The Role of Recognition in Company Culture

10:20 AM – 10:40 AM: Module 2 – Designing an Effective Recognition Program

  • Setting Clear Objectives
  • Identifying Key Metrics for Success
  • Tailoring Programs to Diverse Workforce Needs

10:40 AM – 11:00 AM: Module 3 – Best Practices in Employee Recognition

  • Timeliness and Frequency of Recognition
  • Personalization and Specificity
  • Creating a Recognition-Friendly Environment

11:00 AM – 11:20 AM: Module 4 – Tools and Platforms for Recognition

  • Digital Platforms for Employee Recognition
  • Utilizing Social Media and Internal Channels
  • Integrating Recognition with Existing Systems

11:20 AM – 11:40 AM: Module 5 – Manager and Leadership Involvement

  • Training Managers to Recognize Effectively
  • Leadership by Example
  • Creating a Recognition Task Force

11:40 AM – 12:00 PM: Module 6 – Recognition Strategies for Different Levels

  • Recognition for Frontline Employees
  • Recognition for Remote Employees
  • Recognition for High Performers

12:00 PM – 12:15 PM: Break

12:15 PM – 12:35 PM: Module 7 – Overcoming Challenges in Recognition Programs

  • Common Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them
  • Addressing Bias and Fairness
  • Maintaining Consistency Across Departments

12:35 PM – 12:55 PM: Module 8 – Celebrating Milestones and Achievements

  • Service Awards and Anniversaries
  • Project and Team Accomplishments
  • Individual Achievements and Innovations

12:55 PM – 1:15 PM: Module 9 – Continuous Improvement and Feedback

  • Collecting and Analyzing Feedback
  • Adjusting Programs Based on Feedback
  • Staying Updated with Industry Trends

1:15 PM – 1:35 PM: Module 10 – Case Studies and Real-Life Examples

  • Successful Recognition Programs
  • Lessons Learned from Recognition Failures
  • Creating an Action Plan

1:35 PM – 1:50 PM: Recap and Review

  • Summarizing Key Takeaways
  • Preparing for Implementation

1:50 PM – 2:00 PM: Q&A Session

  • Open Floor for Questions and Discussions
  • Closing Remarks