Conversations to re-recruit high performers are intended to have the high performer leave the conversation feeling appreciated, rejuvenated, and with a renewed sense of purpose. How would you express to a high performer they are a valuable member of your team?
Rejuvenate High Performers
One Step at a TimeCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Annual or 90-day goals broken into bite-sized pieces create the opportunity for small, achievable wins that build momentum and...
Be Specific with Reward and RecognitionCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
As part of the Reward and Recognize principle, we encourage the development of systems and processes to notice and...
Consistency Creates ExcellenceCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Managing up ensures that the right behavior gets repeated—not just by the employee who originally performed the behavior, but...
A Handwritten Thank YouCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Observe the right behaviors. For example: When employees are doing exceptional work, being especially helpful to others, and living...
Recognize PerformanceCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Plan to recognize at least three individuals or teams for their exceptional work at your next employee forum. Include...
What Gets Recognized Gets RepeatedCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Set clear expectations by immediately recognizing individuals who are doing the right things in the right way.
Recognize New Team MembersCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
While introducing new team members to other employees in the organization, boast about their previous success, experience, and how...