Incentive Presents: Ask the RPI Expert
By Stacy Straczynski
February 17, 2009
With a full-fledge recession threatening employee motivation and company productivity everywhere, it' no wonder more managers are looking into incentives and recognition to pick up the slack. But with budgets tight and so many options to choose from, how are organizational leaders to know what program and strategies to employ?
On Feb. 18, Incentivemag.com presents to Incentive
readers and Web site visitors a new monthly online column, Ask the Experts
, to answer all of your plaguing recognition dilemmas. Each month, the expert Q&A panel—comprised of three noted Recognition Professionals International (RPI) board members—will answer reader-submitted questions and offer insight into the best ways to dole out recognition and awards at your organization.
The expert panelists include:Kevin J. Cronin
Kevin is vice president of recognition and reward solutions at Perks.com. He is an expert on employee engagement to drive up business results and serves on the board of directors and marketing committee for Recognition Professional International.Dee Hansford
, CRP, is CEO of Dee Hansford Consulting. She is a respected authority in leadership development and organizational change resulting in measurable ROI. Her clients have received national recognition for award-winning programs supporting a higher performance work culture. Peter W. Hart, CRP
Peter is president and CEO of Rideau Recognition Solutions, a leading global provider for corporate rewards programs. He serves as treasurer on the board of directors of Recognition Professional International.Michelle M. Smith, CPIM, CRP
Michelle is vice president of business development at O.C. Tanner. She works in every facet of recognition and incentives and serves on the board of directors for Recognition Professionals International.
Ask the RPI Expert and send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Keep your team motivated through practical and meaningful recognition and rewards. Let the Board members of Recognition Professionals International (www.recognition.org
) provide you the answers to your toughest incentive dilemmas.
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