11 Ways Employee Recognition Builds Better Managers
“Social recognition is an investment with quantifiable returns: increased engagement, productivity, quality, and profitability; decreased turnover and absenteeism,” note Eric Mosley and Derek Irvine in their book, “Making Work Human.”
It’s true. Countless studies and volumes of research have proven the positive effects recognition has on many key business metrics that impact your bottom line. But there’s another area in which recognition has a meaningful impact: its ability to improve the process of managing individuals and teams.
Here, we’ll look at 11 ways employee recognition can help your managers realize their full potential.