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Posted by Roy Saunderson on Thu, May 7, 2020

It's not always easy to determine what action deserves recognition or rewarding. Both need to be authentic and expressed in the correct manner. Roy Saunderson, Chief Learning Officer at our sister company, Rideau, shares his advice on how managers can know when it's appropriate to be effective and meaningful. Here, we share the blog he posted in March of this year.

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Posted by Melissa Meunier on Fri, March 27, 2020

When someone says thank you for something you’ve done, how does that make you feel? Saying thank you may seem like a very small thing to do, but we can all personally attest to the difference it makes. Genuine appreciation from leaders, family members or colleagues helps us enjoy contributing, and it helps us feel good about the people we are serving. That’s true even when the task is mundane, boring or repetitive. On the flip side, doing a mundane task and receiving no appreciation for it makes us feel resentful.

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Posted by Roy Saunderson on Wed, March 18, 2020

It looks like COVID-19, aka the novel coronavirus, will be with us for the next few months. Many companies have rolled out mandatory work from home policies in response to the World Health Organization announcement of the pandemic. This has created a new way of working for many employees that are normally accustomed to corporate office life.

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Posted by Melissa Meunier on Thu, March 12, 2020

In Part One of our series on developing a people-centric culture of recognition, we talked about what it takes to create a culture that values recognition, incorporates it from top to bottom and includes all employees.

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