Why develop workplace recognition?
Gestures as simple as taking the time to say thank you or acknowledge a job well done can have impacts as important as improving psychological health, increasing engagement, and even increasing team performance.
To be recognized for who we are, for our expertise, and for our skills is a fundamental human need. Nothing less!
To finally have an impact in terms of workplace recognition, it is therefore important to implement recognition practices that are in line with the needs of each individual, and not only on the part of managers. This is how you will have a positive effect on each team member and benefit from the immeasurable advantage of having teams that feel recognized!
High-impact recognition is part of your organization’s daily practices
Members of the organization in all roles know how to provide high impact, non-monetary recognition
Strengths and vulnerabilities regarding recognition are acknowledged
Training solutions to boost recognition
Help employees and managers across the organization develop better recognition practices and boost engagement with a solution that leads to real action and lasting improvement. This is how you can reconcile performance and wellbeing in a simple way.
Our success stories
Sometimes daring to do things differently takes us further than we ever imagined. Do what they did.
We had a challenge to address, which was to quickly offer a development program adapted to the reality of our organization for our managers. This course had to allow them to be better equipped to deal with the remote management of their teams in a completely new context. Boostalab offered us an approach, a platform, and content that met our expectations and needs. We greatly appreciated the quality of their facilitation interventions.
Vice-President, Talent and Culture- Croix Bleue
All participants are unanimous. Not only do they come out of this experience with a good knowledge base, but they can tangibly apply it in their daily work, which will be beneficial in the medium-long term vs. other more theoretical training courses that come and go.
Director, Human Resources - Couche-Tard
Some team transformations
Learn how our interactive paths have helped many teams take action and develop their soft skills.