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The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.
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The Applause Board - A Peer Initiated Recognition System.

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A presentation slide deck on the importance of peer recognition.

A presentation slide deck on the importance of peer recognition.

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  • 1. The Applause BoardA peer initiated recognition system.A thank you for contributing. Be recognized.
  • 2. What is an applause board?
  • 3. What is an applause board?A peer initiated system for recognizing individuals and group contributions.
  • 4. Why use peer initiated recognition?
  • 5. Why use peer initiated recognition?To reward contributions and results aligned with business strategy and vision.
  • 6. Why use peer initiated recognition?To help provide insight into contributions that people can apply in their role.
  • 7. Why use peer initiated recognition?To foster employee engagement, employee retention, customer retention, and customer satisfaction.
  • 8. Why use peer initiated recognition?To foster employee engagement, employee retention, customer retention, and customer satisfaction.57%28%32%41%46%21% 18%30%0%10%20%30%40%50%60%Employee Engagement Employee Retention Customer Retention Customer SatisfactionPeer recognition / Non-peer recognition comparisonWith Peer Recognition Without Peer RecognitionSource: SHRM / Globoforce Employee Recognition Survey, Fall 2012
  • 9. Why use peer initiated recognition?To foster employee engagement, employee retention, customer retention, and customer satisfaction.People that see recognition are encouraged about theirability to contribute and see the results of contribution.
  • 10. How does an applause board work?
  • 11. Peers send recognition of contribution to an applause board system including;*Contributors Name(s)*Contribution*Result*Senders Name
  • 12. Peers vote (1-5) on each applause submission.A calculation is made (sum of votes divided by count of voters for each submission).
  • 13. Supervisors / Managers vote (1-10) on each applause submission.A calculation is made (sum of votes divided by count of voters for each submission).
  • 14. Final calculation is made (sum of each calculation).
  • 15. Contributor(s) with highest calculated score displayed via applause board system;*Contributors Name(s)*Contribution*Result*Senders Name*Applause Award*
  • 16. An applause board is configurable;- Sender and contributor data retention.- Multiple administrative configurations.- Plug in company address book.- Anonymize contributor(s) for voting.- Plug in gift award systems.- Configure individual applause boards for departments.
  • 17. For information about peer recognition and applause boards, contact Dave Horgan.Dave Horgan is a business support specialist in customer service with experience inprocess improvement and employee development.Dave HorganPhone: 617-230-3241Email: davehorganis@gmail.comWeb: davehorgan.com

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