recognition tips for managers
Recognition Tips for Managers
Managers and supervisors can help build employee engagement by noticing, acknowledging and recognizing the efforts, contributions and accomplishments of their staff and colleagues.
One of the best and simplest ways to find out what forms of recognition are meaningful to a specific employee is to ask. Find out how, when, where, why and by whom they would like to receive recognition. You can keep a record of what foods they like best, whether they prefer to receive praise face-to-face or in writing or prefer a lunch invitation to a certificate.
The answers you receive may vary by the situation or accomplishment.
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Recognition Training for ASU Managers & Supervisors (a 19-minute narrated presentation)
All ASU employees are encouraged to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of their coworkers.
How a recognition award is presented can be more important and meaningful than the award itself. ASU service awards and retirement certificates are tokens of appreciation given in recognition of the employee’s ongoing commitment and contributions to Arizona State University. The goal of any award is to make the recipient feel valued and connected to ASU.
Make the presentation a meaningful celebration that honors the award recipients for their commitment and contributions to ASU. Involve peers in the celebration to build camaraderie and a spirit of community. Make the award recipient feel valued.
|PLAN THE CELEBRATION
||PREPARE A THOUGHTFUL PRESENTATION
The presentation should contain key information about the employee being honored, including:
Recognize the highlights of the employee’s contributions and accomplishments during the presentation and specifically describe the impact of the employee’s contributions and how they support unit and department goals.
|Financial Services Manual, Policy 420-04
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