[infographic] leadership and recognition around the world
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Leadership and Recognition:
How local culture impacts expectations.
A leader’s active participation in a recognition moment is valued and expected.
A note from a senior leader.
For a recognition moment to be meaningful, it must include leadership participation.
Career development opportunities.
Leaders are expected to follow a formal and structured process when recognizing employees.
A direct and genuine thank you from a leader they know.
It’s all about a level playing field. Leaders are expected to recognize employee performance equally.
A face-to-face thank you. Nothing over email.
Although recognition is not the norm, when it is given it must be personal to the employee.
A gift selected by the leader to reinforce the value of the accomplishment.
Recognition from leaders is very important. The higher the level of leader, the better.
Face time with their boss’s boss.
Leaders only appreciate the best of: the best team, the best employee, the best project.
To have your direct leader recognize you or your work.
Leaders don’t recognize regularly, but employees crave more feedback on performance.
Verbal praise and feedback on a job well done.
Local leaders recognizing great teamwork is more meaningful than calling out individuals.
A recognition moment given to the entire team.
Often leaders aren’t in the same country so offering a holistic recognition approach is important.
To provide well-rounded needs for employees: daycare, extra food for Ramadan, etc.
Leaders are expected to set goals, hold employees accountable, and recognize great outcomes.
Recognition for great accomplishments.