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  • Paperback Edition
    • 978-1-03-916800-8
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    • Black & White interior
    • 222 pages
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    • 6.0 x 9.0 inches
    • Black & White interior
    • 222 pages
  • Keywords
    • Staff recognition,
    • Staff retention,
    • Business leadership,
    • Human resources,
    • Workplace culture,
    • Employee Recognition,
    • Employee Engagement

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Thanks, Again!
More Simple, Inexpensive Ways for Busy Leaders to Recognize Staff
by Nelson Scott

Believing in the power of staff recognition means you stand out from most managers and supervisors. Research by Gallup and Workhuman found that four of every five leaders said that staff recognition was not a priority to them, and roughly two thirds said they had no budget for staff recognition. This book bolsters your belief in recognition and helps you: • Provide recognition that staff members will value, even if your time is limited and your budget is tight • Fill your staff recognition tool kit with simple, inexpensive ways to express appreciation for what people achieve and how they contribute • Replace staff recognition practices that have grown stale Thanks, Again! brims with easy and affordable ways to recognize staff while creating a workplace where people feel they belong, are valued, and appreciated for what they do. Meaningful staff recognition boosts morale, increases engagement and improves retention. To get you started swiftly, Thanks, Again! is organized into 30 easily navigated themes, each one including a brief introduction and relevant, immediately useable tips for recognizing staff. Or, head directly to the bonus section for more than 100 other low-cost, high value ways to strengthen your expressions of gratitude, right away. Grab a pen and start highlighting the ideas you could adopt or adapt for your workplace. Your staff will feel appreciated and it will make you feel good, too!

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For more than 20 years, Nelson Scott has been researching, writing and speaking at conventions and conferences about the value of staff recognition and ways to express appreciation in the workplace. He is a member of Recognition Professionals International and a former president of the Edmonton chapter of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers. He has penned two previous books: Thanks! GREAT Job! Improve Retention, Boost Morale and Increase Engagement with High-Value, Low-Cost Staff Recognition (2011), and 13 Reasons Managers are “Unlucky” When Making Hiring Decisions (2012). Nelson is often found in a coffee shop near his home in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, where the energy of strangers fuels his writing.


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