Join Me at SHRM * 2 Sessions on CEO Role & Measuring Recognition

Join me at SHRM's 2010 Annual Conference and Exposition in San Diego, June 27-30, 2010. I'll be leading two sessions:

In “The CEO’s New Role in Recognition,” Monday, 28 June, from 4:00-5:15, I will demonstrate to HR leaders how strategic employee recognition — when championed by the CEO — can transform a company’s culture, ignite motivation, and positively impact an organization’s workforce and business performance.

I will also discuss:

* Why today’s employee recognition programs require the support and attention of CEOs to be truly strategic and effective.
* How to generate executive support for employee recognition programs by demonstrating the short and long-term impact on employee and business performance.
* What actionable steps every HR leader should take today to foster a culture of appreciation across their company.

In Wednesday's Mega Session, “Measuring Recognition for Maximum Business Success,” 30 June, from 10:00-11:15 a.m., I'll share best practices for measuring recognition for maximum business success. This session will help HR leaders build a business case for strategic recognition by demonstrating how the program can be measured against corporate goals.

I will also discuss:

* Why employee recognition is on the path to become the must-have HR program of the 21st century due to its measurable impact on key employee and business metrics.
* How forward-thinking HR leaders are applying best practices to measure recognition by reaching the vast majority of their workforce with awards tied to core values and strategic objectives.
* What new technologies and trends are elevating employee recognition and how HR leaders can leverage them to make a quantifiable impact on employee engagement.

If you're at SHRM, please do introduce yourself. I look forward to meeting you.

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