Why Peer-to-Peer Recognition Must Be Public
By celebrating in a public forum the types of activities that your company wants to promote, you have the opportunity to reinforce a corporate culture. The right system can serve as a repository of stories that would otherwise go untold or remain hidden.
By sharing stories about one's co-workers within the Social Intranet, the recognition moment becomes a personal, social and highly interactive event that is sure to be valued by the recipient and appreciated by the community.
I encourage you to read more about how our customer TD Canada Trust transformed their rewards and recognition program to connect employees in a company-wide effort to be an exceptional workplace that was laser focused on outstanding customer service.