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Culture of Connection: Driving Impact Through Recognition Programmes

Declining employee engagement, a hyperfocus on workplace flexibility and other trends are putting a renewed responsibility on organisations to be mindful of human connection in the workplace.

The importance of the human workforce has never been more evident.

Join us for a roundup of stories from Cisco, Deloitte and Pfizer about ways to create environments where employees want to work and do their best.

We’ll explore:

  • Data around the ROI of recognition programmes

  • Why the value of human connection is the thread that weaves organisations together to meet business goals

  • The responsibility of progressive workplaces to foster a culture of connection

  • How to implement a strategic recognition programme or strengthen an existing programme

Laura García

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