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Stephanie Marston is America’s Foremost Work-Life/Stress Expert
 

From the standing room only attendance, your topic clearly hit a chord with Whirlpool employees. Your message was aligned with Whirlpool culture and had a positive impact on everyone in the audience regardless of gender, age or position within the company. After a program like that, I can only think of one question. When can we do that again?

Mark Q. McLane
Director Global Diversity and Inclusion
Whirlpool Corporation


 

The Power of Recognition
Create a Culture of Retention, Increased Morale and Productivity

You get the best efforts from others not by lighting a fire beneath them, but by lighting a fire within them.

Do you think that recognizing your employees will distract you and your team from more serious business, create jealousy or make you look soft? Think again.

Research proves that the most successful managers are the ones that provide their employees with frequent and effective recognition. Your company will experience greater business results when managers offer constructive praise and meaningful rewards in ways that powerfully motivate employees to excel.

Managers will learn the transformative power of purposeful recognition to achieve higher productivity, engagement, retention and employee satisfaction.

Marston will reveal remarkably simple yet highly effective methods great managers use to recognize their employees. All managers can easily learn and practice these tools with immediate results. Great recognition isn’t time consuming—it can be done in a matter of moments. And it doesn’t take budget-busting amounts of money.

In today’s high-tech, globally connected business world, the challenge for leaders remains the same—motivating people to work together and contribute to the success of your organization.

Managers will learn how to build a culture of recognition in your corporation. Stephanie Marston will provide recognition practices that are both meaningful and practical.

Managers Will Learn Specific Skills to:

  • Get People to Work with Them, Not Just for Them
  • Improve Employee Retention
  • Increase the Contribution of New Ideas
  • Motivate Employees to Work Independently and Responsibly
  • Evaluate the Performance of Others Without Damaging Their Self-Esteem or Creating Resentment
  • Increase Productivity and Employee Satisfaction

Managers will learn--a little praise goes a long way! Being nice isn’t only the right thing to do; it’s also the economical thing to do. As managers practice Marston’s recognition strategies they will become high-performance leaders who take their teams to new levels of achievement.