As the pandemic continues to change the world of work, many organizations and industries are facing an unprecedented staffing crisis. We’ve all heard tales of people leaving their jobs or switching careers as part of a broader re-evaluation of work and what really matters to them. Now, more than ever, we must pay close attention to the “Employee Experience‘.
How can employers give their people a reason to stay?
Sarah McVanel shares the very first, easiest and least resource-intensive step: recognize the people you already have. Recognition is one of the most effective, accessible and cost-effective ways to fuel healthy working relationships, trust and collaboration.
The reality is, the changes in our workforce are here to stay. Employee expectations are higher, choices are greater, and there isn’t a single business that could survive without great people.
Learn from Sarah about the multitude of manageable and effective ways to launch a successful recognition program and remain more resilient in the process.
Sample takeaways from her events:
- Learn the FROG technique – Forever Recognize Others’ Greatness™
- Understand the exponential power of recognition
- How to ask your team what’s working and what’s not
Sarah McVanel is an experienced and dynamic speaker and coach. She offers the business evidence to back up how recognizing greatness in ourselves and others is key to sustained business success; through improved morale, increased top talent retention, and generating a positive corporate culture.
Her customized sessions offer individuals, teams and organizations insights & practical strategies to move from dysfunctional to cooperative, from divided to united, from inefficient to productive, and from disengaged to contributor.
She is a Certified Senior Organizational Development Professional (CSODP), Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL). She is one of 1500 Certified Professional Speakers (CSP) Worldwide and Past-President of the Toronto Chapter of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers (CAPS). She has a BA in Psychology, MSC in Family Relations, and diplomas in Human Resources and Healthcare Administration.
Sarah has 20 years of experience including at a senior leadership level, runs her own boutique firm and is an author of peer reviewed journals, articles, and five books. She has put her psychology undergrad and MSc in family therapy/dynamics to good use and has excelled the field of Organizational Development, Training and Communications for over 15 years.
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