101 Ways to Reward Team Members for $20 (or Less!)

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Multi-Media Publications Inc., 2004 - Business & Economics - 128 pages
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Your wallet is empty? And you still need to boost your team's performance? Building team morale is difficult in these tough economic times. Kevin Aguanno helps you solve the team morale problem with ideas for rewarding your project team without breaking the bank. Learn over 100 ways you can reward your project team and individual team members for just a few dollars. Full of innovative (and cheap!) ideas. Even with the best reward ideas, rewards can fall flat if they are not suitable to the person, the organization, the situation, or the magnitude of the accomplishment. Learn the four key factors that will maximize the impact of your rewards, and guarantee a delighted recipient. The book, teaches you how to - Improve employee morale - Improve departmental and cross-organizational teaming - Maximize the benefits of rewards programmes - Avoid the common rewarding mistakes - Choose a reward that suits the recipient - Choose a reward that suits the accomplishment - Tie a reward to a specific accomplishment - Give rewards in a timely fashion Other books on the topic of rewards are filled with reward ideas that are not practical for most situations -- there is little recognition of the budget constraints most managers face when considering rewards. Another key difference between this book and others on the marketplace is the extensive coverage of how to select the right reward and present it in a way to maximize its effects on the recipient and on others. This book is unique in its focus on inexpensive rewards (many are free!) that you can use today.

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