Don’t Forget the Power of Recognition

Don’t Forget the Power of Recognition

Here are a few Recognition tips from this “180 Ways” bestseller:

1. Remember that gimmicks, gadgets, and giveaways can make your recognition efforts fun and memorable. But nothing (I mean NOTHING!) can replace a good old-fashioned, sincere, look-’em-in-the-eye and say “thank you.”

59. Recognize your positive performers by asking them to be teachers or mentors. Perhaps the ultimate acknowledgment of one’s capacities and accomplishments is to be asked to teach and train others.

94. When all else fails, SHUT UP! Seriously, letting others do the talking (stating opinions, asking questions, etc.) rather than you monopolizing the conversation is, in fact, a form of recognition.

153. MAKE THEM “CO-AUTHORS!” Involve people you want to recognize in developing a training manual. Example: “High-Impact Customer Service Techniques, by members of the ABC Sales Team.”  Make sure each contributor is listed as a co-author in the credits.Like Don’t Forget the Power of Recognition on Facebook

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Don't Forget the Power of Recognition

Don’t Forget the Power of Recognition

Here are a few Recognition tips from this “180 Ways” bestseller:

1. Remember that gimmicks, gadgets, and giveaways can make your recognition efforts fun and memorable. But nothing (I mean NOTHING!) can replace a good old-fashioned, sincere, look-’em-in-the-eye and say “thank you.”

59. Recognize your positive performers by asking them to be teachers or mentors. Perhaps the ultimate acknowledgment of one’s capacities and accomplishments is to be asked to teach and train others.

94. When all else fails, SHUT UP! Seriously, letting others do the talking (stating opinions, asking questions, etc.) rather than you monopolizing the conversation is, in fact, a form of recognition.

153. MAKE THEM “CO-AUTHORS!” Involve people you want to recognize in developing a training manual. Example: “High-Impact Customer Service Techniques, by members of the ABC Sales Team.”  Make sure each contributor is listed as a co-author in the credits.Like Don’t Forget the Power of Recognition on Facebook

Today’s 4 Recognition Tips are 4 out of 180 in:

180 Ways to Walk the Recognition Talk

The “How To” Handbook for EVEYONE

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We’re all creatures of habit

We’re all creatures of habit. Repeat an action enough times and it becomes habitual — an unconscious behavior. Here’s a worthwhile habit to work on developing: Each day, “catch” at least one person doing something good…and praise them. Over time, you’ll acquire a natural tendency to focus on the good stuff!

~Eric Harvey

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We're all creatures of habit

We’re all creatures of habit. Repeat an action enough times and it becomes habitual — an unconscious behavior. Here’s a worthwhile habit to work on developing: Each day, “catch” at least one person doing something good…and praise them. Over time, you’ll acquire a natural tendency to focus on the good stuff!

~Eric Harvey

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180 Ways to Walk the Recognition Talk

The How-To Handbook for Everyone

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Customers Expectations

Walk The Talk Daily Motivation

If you make a mistake when dealing with a customer, admit it, apologize for it, fix it, and move on. Customers really don’t expect you to be perfect. They do, however, expect you to be honest…and make a great recovery.
~Eric Harvey

180 Ways to Walk the Customer Service Talk Today’s quote comes to you from 180 Ways to Walk the Customer Service Talk: The How-To Handbook for Everyone in Your Organization.
 
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