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1 The Art of Recognition
3 Objectives of the Seminar Concept of Recognition Benefits How to recognize others
4 Ever felt unappreciated or unrecognized? Ever missed an opportunity to recognize someone else? Importance
7 Making an effort to show your appreciation Providing support to motivate Satisfying the need for approval Recognition is respect made visible What is recognition?
8 Categories of Recognition Certificates Pins Banners Medals FormalInformal
9 Categories of Recognition Certificates Pins Banners Medals Everyday ways to show appreciation Appropriate, genuine, and continuous Worth becoming a habit FormalInformal
10 Benefits Recipient Association Community
11 Why doesn’t it happen? Top Ten Reasons/Excuses Why People Don’t Give Recognition Eric Harvey “180 Ways to Walk the Recognition Talk”
12 Why doesn’t it happen? If I don’t get it…why should I give it? #10 People will stop working hard. #9
13 Why doesn’t it happen? It’s uncomfortable. #8 I’m very limited. #7
14 Why doesn’t it happen? It becomes meaningless. #6 They’re supposed to work hard. #5
15 Why doesn’t it happen? It’s not my job. #4 People don’t really care about it that much. #3
16 Why doesn’t it happen? I don’t have time. #2 I don’t know how. #1
17 Guidelines Think of more than formal awards Find out what motivates them Activities, hobbies Families and interests Talk to their friends ASK THEM!
18 Guidelines Make it appropriate Make it genuine
19 Guidelines Be specific State appreciation Describe what they did Describe the overall effect/how much it means Make it a habit
20 Share our ideas
21 A tool to help you: The Art of Recognition What, who, why, how, when Types of recognition Examples of informal recognition
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