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Focusing solely on supervisors and managers to support and communicate appreciation to their staff often is an unrealistic goal that creates problems when it isn’t attainable.
Think you’re a good government leader? See if you are implementing these tips from gov workforce expert, Tom Fox.
The word is out on the street — the vast majority of employee recognition programs aren’t working. In interacting with HR professionals and corporate trainers across the country, the report from both professionals and front-line workers is that employee recognition is generally not having a positive impact on employees or workplace morale.
The expression of gratitude should be said sincerely and from the heart, it should verbally specify the action/achievement, and if possible, explain how it influences or makes a difference to you.
Everyday Heroes rally the team to exceed expectations on projects and may never ask for a thank you in return because of an altruistic approach to their work.
Let’s take a look at the people whose commitment to public service shines brightly, as seen in tweets shared with the #PSRW hashtag.
Three keys can help you make sure your next recognition program is effective and efficient.
One week a year, extra effort goes into making sure that more Americans learn about the awesome people who work in public service. This celebration happens during Public Service Recognition Week from May 3–9, 2015 and honors federal, state, county and local government employees. Across the nation there will be acts of appreciation, special events, media attention, and a social media storm. While public… Read more »
It’s not rocket science. When we feel like our work is appreciated, we work harder and give our best – but when we feel like no one notices our efforts, we start not to care too much about our jobs. As a manager, you have a fantastic opportunity to take advantage of this basic human… Read more »