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06 Jun 2024
by Dawn Lewis

Webinar recording: Using recognition to encourage a people-centric organisation

This webinar, running with strategic partners O.C. Tanner, considers how reward and benefits can incentivise new behaviours and skills development

How organisations manage change and show empathy, practice flexibility, build skills and develop resilience plays a key role in business success.  

Recognition of good work is a first step, but reward and benefit professionals now need to think more strategically about what this means in the modern workplace. And how recognition can be used differently to incentivise the new behaviours and skills needed for future success. 

During this webinar, the panellists discuss how reward and benefits professionals can help contribute to a people-centric organisation and prepare for whatever tests the future brings.   

The panel explored: the role of recognition programmes to encourage practical empathy in the workplace and change employee expectations; why employees feel overlooked and undervalued, and how reward and benefits can be used to make people feel included and their work recognised; how to ensure your organisation’s skills approach is equitable, co-operative and strengthens trust; how your reward and benefits strategy can be used to support leaders who model and cultivate resilience.

Chaired by REBA’s content director Jo Gallacher, the panel included:

  • Stuart Cheesman, global strategist at O.C. Tanner
  • Julia Diggs, director, people experience at OVO Energy
  • Vikki Gledhill, senior director, international total rewards, Cox Automotive

REBA webinars are complimentary for everyone working within rewards and benefits, HR, and wellbeing. 

Thanks to strategic partner O.C. Tanner for supporting this REBA webinar.

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