WEBINAR: Realizing the Potential of “Thank You.”
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WEBINAR: Realizing the Potential of “Thank You.”

When: Thursday, February 21, 2019
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Where: GoToWebinar
United States
Contact: SHRM-Atlanta

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Realizing the Potential of "Thank You.": How to transform recognition into a powerful tool for employee engagement. 

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It takes just two words to supercharge employee engagement in your organization — the challenge is how you think about and use “Thank You.” Join leaders from Recognition Professionals International’s Board of Directors for an enlightening hour designed to help any organization to elevate a culture of recognition as a way to driver behaviours, performance and engagement.

Learning Objectives

•  Discover the critical business case for corporate recognition as a driver of employee engagement.


•  Explore the best practices required to integrate and elevate a culture of recognition within your organization.


•  Activate tactics and tips to instantly make recognition more relevant and active.



Jason Thomson

RPI Board Member, Instigator, Jigsaw

For more than two decades and a thousand projects, speechwriter, storyteller and Creative Director Jason Thomson has been hired to passionately move employees and organizations to realize their potential through communication and recognition.


The world’s smartest organizations turn to Jason’s innovative approach to organizational change, as a way to improve employee performance and results.


As a professional thinker, copywriter and speaker, Jason has fueled the trajectory of the world’s most important brands, including Intel, RBC Royal Bank, Nissan, Entertainment One and McCain Foods. His powerful perspective on what it takes to imagine, develop and sell an idea transforms audiences, leaving them forever prepared to think faster, better and brighter.


  • SHRM-Atlanta Member: Complimentary
  • Non-Member: $30

Re-certification Credit: (1) HRCI General Credit and (1) PDC SHRM Credit

Who Should Attend: HR professionals, Business Leader