Recognize the Value and Work of Your Small Enterprise IT Team
How to say thank you to your team who may often feel that they are working a thankless job.
- Understanding each unique employee’s motivators and engagement drivers.
- Using recognition tactics that incentivize staff behavior and performance that benefits the department and broader organization.
- Creating non-disruptive and cost-efficient recognition techniques.
- Laying the foundation for a peer-to-peer recognition culture.
- Employees prefer non-cash rewards or thoughtful acts of recognition over cash rewards.
- Small genuine gestures of recognition from a manager or peer can be the most impactful recognition tactic for most employees.
Impact and Result
- Employees become more motivated, proactive, and committed.
- Staff sees peers and peer behavior that they wish to emulate.
- Improved and more frequent acts of recognition help to improve the culture of the IT department.
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Recognize the value and work of your small enterprise IT team
Build a plan for implementing recognition techniques that motivate your team and benefit your organization.
Module 1: Build Your Recognition Program
- Understand the keys to a successful recognition program.
- Identify pains related to recognition and define tactics to mitigate these pains.
- Define key behaviors to recognize.
- Determine right-sized recognition tactics to recognize positive behaviors.
- Build recognition toolkits to make recognition easy.
Key Benefits Achieved
- Defined program vision statement.
- Identified metrics.
- Clearly defined behaviors that you will recognize.
- Determined recognition tactics.
- A personalized recognition toolkit to provide to management.
|1.1||Identify recognition characteristics.||
|1.2||Build recognition vision statement.||
|1.3||Analyze current state.||
|1.4||Define key metrics.||
|1.5||Determine recognition behaviors.||
|1.7||Build recognition toolkit.||