In many of the companies I have worked for they believe that you shouldn’t praise people for just doing their job because that’s what they get paid for. This type of thinking is something that I just cannot subscribe to and unfortunately is much more common than it should be. It’s my firm belief that if people’s salary is what we pay to get them to come to work, then it’s our job as leaders to inspire them and motivate them to do a great job. Great performance starts with recognition and the beauty of recognition is that it costs us nothing, nothing at all, and yet the payback can be significant.[…]
http://melvillegroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/2016-05-20-1463773574-8036947-boy1341125_1920-thumb.jpeg 570 448 Carl Melville http://184.108.40.206/~melvillegroup/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/tmglogo1.png Carl Melville2016-06-18 22:52:322016-06-18 22:52:32If You Want a Culture of Continuous Improvement, Create a Culture of Recognition.