Every year at Next Jump, we embark on a journey to find our “Avenger” – a steward leader who goes above and beyond to help others succeed. We caught up with Christian – last year’s Avenger and this year’s Captain of the event – to get a picture of his Avengers Journey. Stephanie: In your
A client recently asked me, “Who ‘wrote the book’ on recognition? I’d like to recommend a book to our CEO. I’d really like to recommend something that inspires better leadership in the field of Recognition, and really gets at the heart of how it helps grow people and helps the bottom line (win-win). Does anything
Next Jump’s mission is based on a simple idea: leverage our technology, people, learnings and resources to transform people’s jobs and lives at companies across the globe. We boil this integrated strategy down into a universal formula: Better Me + Better You = Better Us. The following is a guest post by Nick Woolf, a Next
Recognition programs are a powerful way to reinforce the behaviors that are important to an organization. I have seen first-hand how recognizing someone can have a tremendously positive impact on engaging employees; on the flip side, I have seen recognition result in disengaged employees as well.