By Derek Irvine
For the last 10 years, my colleagues and I have shared with you research, insights, and lessons we’ve learned here on the Recognize This! blog. Over the years, you’ve shared with us your stories and experiences on the power of thanks, helping us and the broader community learn and grow as we worked to share the ROI and human impact of social recognition. We’ve cherished this platform and this experience with you.
Now, as the community has embraced the WorkHuman movement, I’m excited to announce we’re retiring Recognize This! to join the multi-contributor blogging community at the Globoforce blog where we share insights on social recognition, employee performance, diversity and inclusion, and the many ways we all contribute to making work more human.
A few of my favorite recent posts on the Globoforce Blog include:
- The Missing Piece to D&I
- How to Protect Against All-Time High Turnover
- Daring Leadership is Teachable, Observable, and Measurable (an introduction to WorkHuman 2019 keynote speaker Brené Brown)
- WorkHuman Radio with Cy Wakeman: “Engagement is flawed because we count every boat the same.”
- 8 Key Steps to Building a Culture of Performance
All relevant content and history from Recognize This! has moved to the Globoforce Blog, so be sure to subscribe here and receive new posts 3-4 times a week. I hope you’ll join the community and share your knowledge with others who are committed to making work more human.
About Derek Irvine
The VP of Client Strategy and Consulting at Globoforce, Derek Irvine is one of the world’s foremost experts on employee recognition and engagement, helping business leaders set a higher vision and ambition for their organizations. As a renowned speaker and co-author of "The Power of Thanks" and "Winning with a Culture of Recognition," he teaches companies how to use recognition to proactively manage company culture. Derek holds a B.Comm and Masters of Business Studies from the Smurfit Graduate Business School at University College Dublin.