Build Employee Satisfaction, Increase Engagement and Productivity, and Strengthen Commitment.
According to a recent SHRM study, 50 percent of managers believe they do a good of recognizing their staff; while only 17 percent of those staff members believe their managers recognize them for doing a good job.
More than 80 percent of employees say they’re motivated to work harder when their boss shows appreciation of their work.
A U.S. Department of Labor study says 64 percent of Americans who leave their jobs say they do so because they don’t feel appreciated.
- Learn the 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace
- Understand how to use them to praise employees in your organization and impact your company culture
- Recognize ways to ensure appreciation is shown in a manner that is perceived as genuine and authentic
- Discover best practices to get started
Copies of the book The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, by Dr. Gary Chapman and Dr. Paul White, are available for purchase at the time of registration.
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Guest Speaker: Chris Peterson, senior HR professional, Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management
at Southern Nazarene University
Chris Peterson is an HR administrator with more than 18 years diverse professional experience. Hailed by his colleagues and clients as being a professional of the highest caliber, Chris has a knack for connecting with his colleagues and treating them with dignity and respect. While serving as the Senior Director of HR at the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, he implemented a culture of appreciation based on the concepts outlined in the book co-authored by Dr. Gary Chapman and Dr. Paul White, The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace.