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    Building A Culture of Appreciation People Don’t Want to Leave

    Date: May 16, 2024, 12:00pm
    Christopher Littlefield
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    As HR, you know your people are struggling, and that no gift card, spot bonus, or pizza party is going to make a difference on its own when an employee doesn't feel valued by their managers or organization. But how do we get overworked leaders to do little things to take care of their people? How do we get senior leaders to understand that we can't improve the customer/patient experience until we improve the employee experience? How do we reconnect burnt-out staff to the careers they once loved? We will answer these questions and more as we map out how to nurture a culture of appreciation and respect from your role and give you the ideas to get started today!


    Outcomes: HR Leaders will learn to...

    ·  Use simple low/no-cost strategies to inject authentic recognition and appreciation into all levels of your organization and total rewards strategy.

    ·  Understand the hidden reason managers avoid recognizing employees and gain tools to guide even the most reluctant Managers and Senior Leaders to authentically recognize their people.

    ·  Get trained in a new, easily transferable technique that will help managers get to the heart of what each of their employees really wants and needs to feel valued every day.

    ·  Nudge positive employee interactions that help their people remember why they love their careers.


    Christopher Littlefield is an International and TEDx Speaker specializing in Employee Appreciation, Recognition, and Workplace Culture, and the founder of Beyond Thank You. He has trained thousands of leaders, across six continents, on how to understand what their people want and need to be at their best. His clients include Accenture, Lebanese Postal Service, Boston Medical Center, Reserve Bank of Australia, Salesforce, the U.S. Army & Air Force, the United Nations, and more. His work has been featured in Inc, New York, Mindful, and British Psychologies Magazines, and profiled in Harvard Business Review. Chris is a regular contributor to Forbes and Harvard Business Review and the author of the bestselling book, 75+ Team Building Activities for Remote Teams.

    This presentation has been approved for HRCI & SHRM recertification credits.