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Results-focused Recognition for a Distributed Workforce
In-Person Friday 09/10/2021 01:30 PM - 02:30 PM   Add to calendar

Workplace Application:
Attendees will learn how to create a business case for a strategic recognition and reward program that connects, motivates and retains your best employees in today's hybrid workforce. 

Join us for an actionable session on how Southern New Hampshire University, a Great College to Work For for 13 years and the only university to receive this accolade every year since the award's inception, built the business case for a unified recognition program, selected a recognition and reward partner and leverages technology to connect, motivate and retain their hybrid workforce. Join Jennifer LaFountain, SNHU Director of Talent Engagement & Inclusion, as she shares her journey to design and launch a unified strategic recognition program across the university. Driven by their values, they designed the program with input from the employee base and continuous feedback from key stakeholders. They identified a partner who is aligned to their mission and values, while they listened to leaders and employees throughout the process to ensure the program is set-up to achieve maximum adoption and usage. Don't miss this enlightening presentation that will help you get your recognition and reward program up and running to achieve the employee engagement impact you desire.

Learning Objectives:

  • Develop the business case for a unified recognition program.
  • Create values-based recognition that drives the organization's mission.
  • Gain stakeholder consensus throughout the process.
  • Implement a program that leverages technology to connect a distributed workforce.
Jennifer LaFountain Photo
Jennifer LaFountain, Director of Talent Engagement & Inclusion,
Southern New Hampshire University
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Rachel Weeks, Head of Growth Marketing,
Reward Gateway