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10 Steps to a Successful Recognition Program
1 - Program
Objective
2 - Program Theme
3 - Award Period
4 - Recognition
Categories
5 - Eligible Participants
6 - Program
Qualifications
7 - Presentation
8 - Budget
9 - Awards
10 - Cost Analysis
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BUILDING A STRONGER CORPORATE CULTURE THROUGH EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT



Objective:
After a recent employee survey revealed low overall scores in employee engagement, a technology company decided it needed to create a recognition program. Their goal was to increase employee engagement levels.

Strategy:
The leadership team decided to clearly communicate the company’s vision and its corporate values to create a foundation for an engaged culture. Their goal was to have all employees clearly understand and believe in the corporate vision, as well as align with the corporate values.
 
A plan was devised to deliver a series of presentations over six months featuring one core value each month. Every employee who attended the presentations would receive a commemorative award for participating.
 
Tactic:
To kick off the engagement program, the leadership team presented the program at a company luncheon. At the luncheon, all employees received a Glendale Goal-Setter Award.
 
The leadership team chose this award because they needed a product that would help communicate their corporate values and also create an extended “memory” for the employees. The Glendale Goal-Setter was a perfect fit.
 
Each employee who attended a value presentation received a colored crystal block that was etched with a value corresponding to the presentation just given. Employees collected the blocks and added them to the optical crystal award base.
 
Results:
The company conducted another employee survey at the end of the year. The results of the survey concluded that engagement levels increased by 20%. Most employees understood the vision of the company, how their role fit into that vision, and the core values that serve as a foundation of the company. Each employee also has an award reinforcing the corporate values.

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