When we surveyed our customers, one of the biggest challenges they faced was getting employees to participate in their programs and attend their events. Why? Perhaps the structure of the program or the approach of the event didn’t resonate with their employees! It’s not easy to admit, but it very well could be the cold, hard truth.
When it comes to any initiative, whether it’s a singular occasion or a broad program, if you don’t garner input from your team on their tastes and preferences, it’s unlikely you’ll have the success you hope to achieve.
Download our Designing and Implementing a Successful Recognition Program eBook for expert tips on soliciting employee input to design your most effective employee recognition program. In the “Getting Input From Your Team and Designing Your Program” chapter, you will find:
- Tips for how to get the most valuable input from your team
- Sample employee survey questions
- Program implementation outline and guide
When you ask for feedback from the people who will be using the program before you design it, you will enjoy two benefits. One, the ideas and opinions you gather will help you make better design choices. Two, and of equal importance, you will foster buy-in which comes from involvement. Remember, we love what we create. Want to know more? Download the eBook now!
Download any of the Joy of Recognition eBooks featured on the blog during September and be automatically entered to win $300 towards Baudville product! You'll be well on your way to creating the best employee recognition program imaginable.
As a team member since 2005, Falon has worn just about every hat the 'ville has to offer. She's seen both sides of working life — as an employee and as a manager — so if it sounds like she knows what she's talking about, we're pretty sure that's why. When she's not juggling between the IDville and Baudville brands, she's been known to whip up a mean diorama - just like that!