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Five Undeniable Reasons Why You Should Use Employee Reward and Recognition Programs in Your Library

Date : Nov 05, 2004
Start Time : 11 a.m. Eastern
Length : 00:58:00

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Can effective recognition programs in your library really make a difference in the motivational level of your employees? Yes! And even more so than you might have guessed!

Are you looking for greater productivity from your employees? Are you dreaming of employees with good morale? Are you looking forward to the day that more positive-rather than negative-language is used by your employees?

Recognition programs have proven to be effective at helping employees increase their levels of motivation, produce more, and complain less, while helping organizations to increase employee retention, focus employees on the library's mission and vision, and reach their goals more effectively and efficiently!

And many times, this can be done with little or no money from your organization's budget!

This Web seminar will explore the motivators and de-motivators that employees work with. Sanderbeck will discuss how to create an internal and external environment to help employees be more productive, proficient, and motivated.

Participants will learn:
  • How to create a recognition program with or without a budget
  • How and when to use formal and informal recognition programs
  • How to discover the ways their employees want to be recognized
  • The do's & don'ts of starting a recognition program in their library
  • How to set organizational goals for a recognition program at your library

Andrew Sanderbeck ?President & Founder, PeopleConnect Institute

Andrew Sanderbeck CPC, is the Founder of Andrew Sanderbeck, Inc., a Florida based company that brings creative and heart centered solutions to the management and team needs of library professionals worldwide.

Andrew is an accomplished trainer and facilitator and has worked with Fortune 500 companies including Continental Airlines and Teletech, Inc. as a trainer in Sales and Customer Service before turning his focus to libraries in 1999.

Andrew Chair's The Small and Rural Libraries Interest Group of the Florida Library Association and publishes Library-Connect, a free e-newsletter read by library professionals in all 50 States and 9 Countries.