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Welcome to Recognizing Employees Training Series with 5 hours PDU credits towards PMI. Managers build their capabilities to recognize their employees for their work and accomplishments.

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Course TitlePMI PDU CreditsCourse Description
Recognize Employees Each and Every Day1It’s no secret that recognition is an important part of any work experience. Most people want to know what they’re doing well. We want to know we’ve done a good job and that our effort and hard work is valued and appreciated. Without recognition, we may doubt if we’re performing well and may wonder if we really matter to the team and organization. As a manager it is essential you take the time to recognize each of your employees when they do something well, go above and beyond what’s required, and share how they positively impact the team and company. By completing this course, you will Be able to provide recognition to your employees each and every day.
Recognize Accomplishments and Contribution1Everyone, no matter what our role is or where we work, wants to know our work is valued and appreciated. Knowing our manager, co-workers, and customers believe we are working hard and doing well is important. This helps us know we are making a difference and that we are valued for what we do. That’s why, as a manager, it is essential for you to recognize the achievements of each of your employees. Employees are motivated when they receive feedback regarding what they are doing well and how they are making a positive impact. When recognized, employees tend to work harder and perform better. When employees do not receive recognition for their work, they may wonder if they are doing anything well and may believe their time and work is not valued. As a result, a lack of recognition can lead to a lower level of performance, as well as a lower level of commitment to one’s job and the organization. By completing this course, you will Know how to recognize employees for their accomplishments and contribution.
Improving How Things Get Done1As you lead and manage a team, you’re looking for lots of different things to happen. You need your team to collaborate, deliver quality work, provide great customer service, and meet specific deadlines. In addition, you’re looking for how the work gets done. Are your team members showing innovation, can they work through conflict, and are they displaying the company’s values? All of this matters, and it’s up to you to help create the right environment to help make this happen. One of the ways you can help guide the right behaviors and results is through recognition. When we recognize specific actions or behaviors, we send the message that this is what we value and see as important; as a result employees tend to do more of them. By completing this course, you will Know how to recognize employees who seek out ways to improve the way things get done.
Balance Public and Private Recognition1While as a manager you know the importance of recognizing employees for their effort and accomplishments, there’s a subtle aspect of recognition that may not get a whole lot of attention—the difference between public and private recognition. As the words imply, public recognition is given in front of others, such as a team meeting. Private recognition is given in a one-on-one setting where others cannot hear the conversation. While you may not have thought much about it before, both kinds of recognition are important. This course will teach you how to balance the public and private recognition you give to your employees. By completing this course, you will Be able to create the right balance between public and private recognition.
Find Others to Provide Team Recognition1You know that one of the things you need to do as a manager is recognize your employees’ accomplishments and achievements. Recognition helps build morale, reinforce the right actions and behaviors, and maintain employee motivation. While you certainly need to provide consistent and frequent recognition to each of your team members—you don’t have to do it all alone. There are other people in the organization who can, and should, provide recognition to your team—and you can help make that happen. Soliciting recognition from these groups is a great thing to do. Hearing from leaders, customers, or other teams can be very meaningful. Since receiving recognition from these groups is not typical, when we do, it is very rewarding and motivating. By completing this course, you will Know how to find others within the organization who can give praise and recognition to your team.

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