Recognition as An Effective Communication Technique


Motivation plays an important role in a healthy employee relationship.

Healthy workplace relations become a much happier place. It motivates employees to give their best and work harder.

Maintaining good relations with employees is not only limited to good communication. It also involves recognising employees’ efforts within the workplace.

Appreciation is a fundamental human need.

Keep in mind that the overwhelming majority of people aren’t simply motivated by salary/wages and paycheck. They want to work hard and contribute and be noticed.

One of the biggest motivators for employees is to be held in high esteem by their peers. The best way of earning this respect is by being acknowledged for being good at what they do.

Happy employees are more productive. Being recognised gives the employee the feeling of job mastery and that they are a great fit for their role and for the organisation.

When employees and their work are valued, their satisfaction and productivity rise, and they are motivated to maintain or improve their good work

Acknowledgment can also enhance loyalty, and promote collaboration.

Through recognition, we also build a culture that attracts and retains the best talent.

When organisation prioritize recognition, there’s a lot of opportunity for the organisation build employee engagement and get workers excited about their contributions.

Recognition is also an effective communication technique. By recognising people, we are sending to the workers a powerful message.

It also helps to maintain a friendly relationship between the employer and the employee. Employers need to mindful of the fact that the cost of appreciation can be next to nothing when compared to the benefits that the organisation enjoys because of well-motivated, recognised workers.

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