Rewarding Team Members without Breaking the Bank

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Date Dec 3, 2014
Time 01:00 PM EDT
Cost $169.00
In this economically challenging era, employee rewards might seem extravagant - but building team morale is even more important in tough times! Nevertheless, even the best reward ideas can fall flat if they aren't suitable to the person, the organization, the situation or the magnitude of the accomplishment.

Learn the 4 key factors that maximize the impact of your rewards, and the secrets guaranteed to delight recipients. Step-up your team's morale with non-monetary rewards, including ideas that cost less than $20! 

Why should you Attend: Your wallet is empty but you still need to reward your team members to boost performance and morale?!

At the end of the conference you'll be able to:
  • Reward your team members for $20 (or even less)
  • Build a mix of rewards that encourage the right behaviors
  • Prepare a rewards budget
Have more questions? Speak directly with our expert Kevin Aguanno during the interactive Q&A session and get answers to your questions.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Why we reward, and why some people are uncomfortable giving rewards
  • How to choose the right reward
  • How to give a reward most effectively
  • What are the pitfalls to avoid, including how some rewards can destroy team-building efforts
  • How you can build a rewards program using 8 categories of inexpensive rewards

Who Will Benefit:
  • Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Delivery Leads/Managers
  • HR Professionals
Kevin Aguanno With over 25 years of managing complex systems integration and software development projects, Kevin Aguanno is known in the industry for his innova­tive approaches to solving common project management problems. He focuses on two project management specialty areas: agile project management and troubled project recovery. As a well-known keynote speaker, trainer, and coach in agile management meth­ods, Aguanno has taught thousands of people how to better manage high-change projects by using techniques from Scrum, Extreme Programming, Feature-Driven Development, OpenUP and other agile methods. He is a frequent presenter at conferences and private corporate events where he delights audiences with practical advice peppered with fascinating stories from his own experiences in the trenches practicing agile project management. 

James Richard
Phone No: 800-447-9407
FaX: 302-288-6884 
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