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Posted by Melissa Meunier on Tue, November 17, 2020

As the pandemic continues to take its toll in health, economic and emotional terms, employees everywhere need to hear that their contributions are valued. With virtual interactions now the primary form of engagement between many workers and their managers, meaningful affirmations that were once conveyed face-to-face are now delivered online. What managers say and how they say it matter now more than ever.

Our latest report, The Sound of Leadership, presents insights and expert advice on how managers can use verbal interactions to improve employee engagement and their sense of appreciation, purpose and belonging.

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Posted by Roy Saunderson on Fri, July 3, 2020

Do you resist giving employees recognition? There are a lot of excuses for not acknowledging the great things they do from "Someone else will do it," to "Why do I have to say something?" - the list goes on. But what if no one stops to recognize. The results could be detrimental to an organization. Roy Saunderson, chief learning officer at our sister company Rideau shares his thoughts on the topic of overcoming the resistance.


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Posted by Melissa Meunier on Fri, June 5, 2020

The coronavirus has more people working from home than ever before. To those now forced to work remotely come both benefits and personal stresses. One area that many companies have not adequately prepared for is how to best recognize newly remote employees.

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Posted by Nikki Morrison on Fri, May 15, 2020

If your organization is not already focused on providing employees with a psychologically healthy workplace, the chances are that in the current climate, it’s at the forefront of managers’ and leaders’ minds. Roy Saunderson, Chief Learning Officer at our sister company, Rideau, shared a piece entitled “Employee Recognition Promotes Positive Psychological Functioning” that seems exceptionally relevant given our workforce’s present circumstances. Here, we provide a summary of his findings, adapted from the original piece.

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