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|Spring Membership Special|
RPI Spring Membership Special
March 16-April 16, 2015
Join as a RPI Practitioner Basic members (FREE) and get 30 days of access to over 20 RPI On Demand Webinars and 5 White Papers. PLUS two free webinar registrations for March 19th and April 15th.
BONUS: From April 1st to May 1st, RPI Practitioner Professional Membership will be $195 - a $55 savings!
Join today as an RPI Basic Member (FREE) and after joining, you will have access to the webinar archives and 5 white papers until April 16th. You can also register for the March and April webinars for Free ($58 value). If you are already a RPI Practitioner Basic Member, access the webinar archives and 5 white papers here.
Join as an RPI Practitioner Professional and get access to all members only content (new content developed monthly), free live webinars, discounts on the conference and Certified Recognition Professional (CRP) Designation. Special Practitioner Professional pricing April 1-May 1, 2015 - Only $195, a $55 savings!
"RPI has provided me with the knowledge and skill to build industry leading Employee Recognition programs at my company through its many on-line resources. In addition, I have gained from the insight of many fellow members who I have met virtually or at the annual Recognition Conferences to share ideas and best practices."
Steve Richardson, CRP
"RPI brings together like-minded individuals who know the value that recognition delivers in driving behavior change. As an RPI member, my clients regard me as an expert in all aspects of engagement and loyalty within an organization. The information shared by RPI at the annual conference, during the Webinars and among the community members helps to reinforce how and when to recognize someone in alignment with the latest research published by academics in this field."
Dr. Jacalyn Kerbeck, CRP
"I have been involved with RPI since 2007 and grateful for the information and training I have received as well as the helpful connections I have made with other recognition professionals. I am proud to be a Certified Recognition Professional (CRP), an outstanding coursework certification designed and maintained by RPI. RPI conference training has provided me with insight for new ways to implement recognition tools, validation on programming and numerous ideas on ways to formulate ROI, appropriate nominations and scoring practices, and so much more!"
Amy J. Hurley LSW, CRP
"From time-to-time, we all need a handful of resources to help us be better equipped to do our jobs. Over the years, I have found Recognition Professionals International (RPI) to be the premier resource for all things relating to employee recognition. Whether it be through webinars, newsletters, conferences, education, or informal networking, the wealth of RPI resources is just a click or call away."
Rita Maehling, CRP
"Recognition Professionals International (RPI) is the world’s largest not for profit dedicated employee recognition. RPI teaches organizations of all sizes on how to use employee recognition as a strategic business tool to enhance performance. We do this by sharing Best Practices strategies and offering state of the art educational programs to members. Regardless of whether you have been charged with implementing a new recognition program or updating and existing one you need to join RPI."
Peter Hart, CRP
"When I started at the Missoula DIRECTV call center as the recognition specialist nine years ago, I was new to the industry. One of the first things that I did was join RPI and attend the conference in Savannah, Georgia. Not only was it the happiest place on earth, with the happiest people, I learned that recognition and appreciation needed a strategy. My head was spinning after the conference and I still learn something new about recognition each day! RPI introduced me to the Seven Best Practices of Recognition. The value that has given our business and our department is immeasurable."
Kari G. Schauss, CRP