Overcoming Common Barriers:
Implementing Effective Recognition Practices
- Presentation Length: 60-min / 90-mins / Half Day
- Participant Numbers: 15-500+
- Virtual and In-person options available
- Sessions can be recorded for internal use
- Onsite training available globally: North & South America, EMEIA, APAC, LATAM
- Languages: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, Mandarin, Arabic, Japanese, and Malay.
Implementing effective recognition practices can be challenging due to various barriers, such as biases, lack of awareness, and resistance to change.
This training session is designed to equip managers with the skills and knowledge to identify and overcome these barriers to implement effective recognition practices.
Content OutlineDuring the training session, the following topics will be covered:
- Identifying common barriers to recognition such as biases, lack of awareness, and resistance to change.
- Understanding biases and how they can impact recognition practices.
- Creating awareness of the importance of recognition and its impact on employees and the organization.
- Strategies to overcome resistance to change.
- Implementing effective recognition practices that overcome common barriers.
(included in 90-min sessions)
- Bias identification exercise: Participants will work in groups to identify biases that may exist in their recognition practices and develop strategies to overcome them.
- Awareness campaign exercise: Participants will develop a campaign to create awareness of the importance of recognition and its impact on employees and the organization.
- Resistance to change exercise: Participants will work in groups to develop strategies to overcome resistance to change and implement effective recognition practices.
(included in Half-Day sessions)
The A.B.L.E model: This framework focuses on Acknowledge, Believe, Learn, and Execute in identifying and overcoming biases in recognition practices.
The A.C.T model: This framework focuses on Awareness, Communication, and Training in creating awareness of the importance of recognition and its impact on employees and the organization.
The C.H.A.N.G.E model: This framework emphasizes the importance of Communication, Honesty, Assessment, Norms, Goals, and Engagement in overcoming resistance to change and implementing effective recognition practices.
Overcoming common barriers to recognition is essential for developing and implementing effective recognition practices.
By implementing the frameworks and strategies learned in this training session, managers can overcome biases, lack of awareness, and resistance to change to create a workplace culture where employees feel valued and appreciated.