In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we thought we would share 13 employee appreciation ideas to surprise and delight your staff and help you to cultivate an attitude of gratitude! 13 Employee Appreciation Ideas 1. Foster an environment of praise At Red Carpet Learning Systems we are constantly giving each other praise, positive feedback, and kudos.
Employee retention is an issue that concerns us all! We hear it from all of our customers, whether you work in senior living, healthcare, banking, entertainment, hospitality or some other field. It seems we all have challenges finding and keeping good team members and, as generations change, figuring out what those team members actually want.
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What are the two words that strike fear into the heart of your participants? You know it! ROLE PLAY! Public speaking tends to be in the top ten of what people fear the most and it’s usually more feared than dying. What happens when most participants hear those dreadful words? Their cortisol will rise and
We have many subscribers who offer food service, in some part of their business. That’s why we thought it would be a great idea to interview David Mendes, our Maestro of Imagination and Organization – and resident food service specialist. David and Donna worked with a country club in Kentucky to take their dining room
Donna presented and attended the LeadingAge Convention this week, held in Philadelphia, PA! Thank you to everyone who came to hear her speak and to those who stopped her in the halls for hugs and hellos! She learned so much that applies to ALL who want to engage their teams to deliver a better experience
Did you know that anyone can be a great leader? We are often told that to be a great leader one must have specific qualities – and if you don’t have those qualities, well then, you’ll be a so-so leader at best. I’m here to tell you that this simply isn’t true. Every single person has
What not-so-recognizable actor at a movie premiere or member of a celebrity’s entourage hasn’t heard those dreaded words: “Are you anybody?” Ethan, an assistant to a very famous, Academy Award-winning movie star (who asked to remain anonymous) told me about the experiences he has had with some of the personnel in the shops on Rodeo
Like most people, I get my taxes done once a year – and every year I dread it! But, I don’t dread seeing my accountant. She is a lovely woman, who is great with numbers and makes my life a lot easier. She also wows me every. single. year. How? She pays attention. She remembers
“Edith was really the original brander,” remarks Susan Claasen, a professional actress and the Artistic Director of the Invisible Theatre in Tucson, Arizona. She’s referring to the renowned costume designer, Edith Head, who provided costumes for 446 films and won eight Academy Awards. Susan should know. She spends much of her time bringing the icon