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Using Strategic Recognition to Drive Workplace Culture Goals

 

Join this workshop to understand what this means in practice and how you can apply these insights within your organisation to drive and transform workplace cohesion, connection and culture goals. as part of REBA Wellbeing Congress 2024.

Dig into the latest Gallup and Workhuman research to uncover how recognition reinforces company culture, in parallel with core values.

 

This private event will explore how employees experience their organisation’s day-to-day culture is hugely important, and a connection to culture drives professional and personal results, and strengthens resilience in times of change.

Key discussion points will include:

  • What approach and initiatives do you have in place to foster social connection at individual, team and workplace levels?
  • Getting leadership and line manager buy in: assigning exec roles and supporting them to champion recognition by modelling desired behaviours
  • What does a blueprint for social recognition success look like and how can you apply this to your organisation?
  • Defining your metrics for success – identify what success means for your organisation, set the right targets, measure for impact and respond to employee feedback
  • What does recognition feel like for your employees – is it consistent across the entire organisation?
  • What steps can you take to improve the efficiency and governance of recognition?
What will happen on the day:
Taking place at during REBA Wellbeing Congress on 20th June 2024 at etc. venues 133 Houndsditch. You will autoregistered to attend as much of the events agenda as you wish, which can be found here.
 
During the roundtable discussion you will have opportunity to join this greatly anticipated topic with a select group of fellow senior reward, benefits and wellbeing professionals.
 
A fabulous opportunity to exchange knowledge with high-calibre Reward Directors and gain valuable, topical insights and understanding from others.

Jean Slater-Romp, Head of Reward

Eversheds Sutherland

Informative, well-run networking event - what we have come to expect as the standard from REBA.

Eleanor Silverio, UK Benefits Policy Lead

Shell International Limited

It was an incredibly timely and thoughtful session with lots of useful information.

Siobhan Spiro, VP Global Reward

RS Components

Great speakers, topical subjects and great to discuss in person.

Sheneen Harris, Senior Manager, International Compensation & Benefit

Discovery Inc

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