Recognition Basics: Ideas to Make a Good Recognition Moment...GREAT!
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7/21/2016
When: Thursday, July 21, 2016
12:00:00 pm CDT


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Amy Hurley, LSW, CRP, & Caitlin Hill, CRP, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

How can you positively impact more people than just the few at your organization who receive awarded honors? What are some no- to low-cost ways to enhance the way you currently provide some of your recognition programming? How can you raise the number of people in your organization who use recognition tools on a regular basis? We will answer these questions and provide you with loads of ideas!!

Following this session you will be able to:

  • Organize your recognition tools.
  • Create specific itemized timelines.
  • Deliver quality creative programming with enthusiasm.

Amy HurleyAmy Hurley is the Program Director for Recognition at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio. She has responsibility for providing recognition tools for the over 20,000 faculty and staff in a 24/7/365 large health system with multiple locations. Amy is a Licensed Social Worker and a Certified Recognition Professional. She is proud to sit on the Board of Directors for Recognition Professionals International and chair the Best Practices Committee.








Caitlin HillCaitlin Hill is a Certified Recognition Professional and is the Recognition Program Manager at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio. She is part of a team tasked with developing and providing recognition tools for all faculty and staff. She is a die-hard Buckeye fan, die-hard Walking Dead fan, and likes to knit. She also loves her job and still gets excited about figuring out new and better ways to let her faculty and staff know how great they are!













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