I'm the Founder and Managing Director at Fanclub Recognition (www.fanclubrecognition.com), a company that helps organisations show appreciation for their employees and Marmalade which helps grow the leaders of the future through coaching and development. Leadership and culture are my two favourite topics!

4 Reasons Why Employee Recognition Is Important For Managers Too

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It can be a lonely place at the top. The buck stops here, there can be few people to truly rely on and it’s often a cut-throat, dog-eat-dog environment too around the highest boardroom in an organisation. There are good reasons to make sure managers are recognised just the same as employees. Here are 4 reasons why employee recognition is important for managers too:

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SME Growth Plateaued? Try This Approach to People Management To Spur Your Business Forward

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When you’re running a business of any size, but in particular a small or medium firm, you can reach something of a plateau or impasse within the first 3-5 years. If your SME growth has plateaued then try this approach to people management to spur your business forward:

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5 Reasons Why Businesses Don’t Recognise Employee Efforts (and 5 Reasons Why They Should)

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Despite the years of study in the field of employee engagement highlighting the benefits a sustained recognition program can have on a business and its workforce, it’s still common to find a company that so far is yet to act on the research. In fact, research by ACCOR found just one in four business leaders actually have an engagement strategy in place for which recognition can play a major part. Here are 5 reasons why businesses don’t recognise employee efforts (and 5 reasons why they should):

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Improve Productivity, Profitability and Customer Satisfaction by Implementing This One Strategy (And It Doesn’t Cost The Earth)

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Three things all business owners dream of having; a productive workforce, happy customers and the profits rolling in. Quite often the way you can improve sales, client happiness and output happens in isolation, either through improving products, hiring better-trained customer service or account management staff or developing new products. All can be costly and take time to perfect. Here's how to improve productivity, profitability and customer satisfaction by implementing this one strategy (and it doesn’t cost the earth):

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