- August 2, 2010
- Posted by: admin
- Categories: Blog, Career Growth, Communication, Corporate Culture, Enterprise Agility, Human Resource Management, Relationship management
We all require admiration for the efforts we put into our work. It is important for anyone to know which direction one is heading towards. Furthermore, it is always useful to get rapid feedbacks, not only from your supervisors but more importantly from your peers and subordinates (who can liberally provide their honest opinions).
It is generally observed that the feedbacks are not given when it is critically required which can foster de-motivation among employees. Especially from an employee point of view, there’s nothing better than being recognized for the work they do and every little effort they put in their work to make it a success.
Recognition can be both monetary and non monetary, it’s not always the monetary benefits that one desires to get; at times verbal appreciation can do wonders which is normally considered as an under rated method of praising somebody’s work.
Would like to know, what suggestions based on your personal experience would you give on how to honor/praise employees’ efforts, thereby maintaining a contented and motivated workforce?