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Recognition Practices Inventory for Managers - 5 Pack

Studies show that recognizing employees for good work is one of the most effective ways to motivate
your workforce. But, as a manager, are you giving the right kind of recognition and are you giving
it frequently enough?

Now you can assess your employee recognition practices with the Recognition Practices Inventory
for Managers 5-Pack, written by renowned employee motivation coach and author Dr. Bob Nelson.

The RPIM is designed to help you understand and reflect upon the types of recognition you provide,
the importance you place on those types of recognition and the frequency of your recognition practices.

Work through the quick 53-item inventory there are no wrong answers and see how your current habits
compare with the norm. Then score your inventory and compare it to the 13 factors of recognition that
employees consistently rank as most important.

Once you understand these factors, you can accurately assess your program of recognition and
determine how you can improve your recognition practices. Find out what you are doing right and uncover
potential areas for improvement.

The RPIM gives you real-world examples and exercises that will guide you as you develop and strengthen
your employee recognition program. The end result is a motivated and high performance workforce.

Bob Nelson, Ph.D., is the leading consultant on employee motivation and author of the bestselling
book, 1001 Ways to Reward Employees!

* v53 item self assessment takes 15-20 minutes to complete and another 5 minutes to score.

* A one page development plan

* Norms to compare your individual score to on categories of recognition like: personal praise, flexible
hours, public praise, cash, support, awards, perks and more.

* A one page summary of how to apply the results of the questionnaire to motivating others more effectively.