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Show #140: Recognition's Role in Employee Engagement

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Special Guest: Maggie Pavlou, Founder of People Gauge Employee Engagement Software and HR Director of Parkdean

Employee Engagement is not a dark art but if you get it right, it works like magic….especially where recognition is concerned!

On this show, Maggie discusses all manners of recognition, from innovative recognition cafes, how to use a genuine ‘thank you’, effective formal recognition programmes and how it all links into Maslow’s ‘Hierarchy of Needs’.

Recognition plays such an integral part in achieving greater levels of employee engagement: however you need to know what works well, where the gaps are, and which managers need support in managing their people effectively. Identifying these gaps, un-tapping the potential in your managers and embedding a culture of authentic, genuine praise and recognition is when the real magic takes place.

Maggie Pavlou is an employee engagement specialist with a track record of achieving high levels of engagement within organisations and through taking clients through www.peoplegauge.com – a cloud based employee engagement survey based on Maslow’s ‘Hierarchy of Needs’.

Host:Jo Moffatt

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