Your Perspective on Authentic Recognition
By: Sonia Di Maulo, Feedback Enthusiast
|One of the many things that makes you special is your ability to be authentic! That is a key focus of my current work and research, and I’m wondering about your perspective on the subject. Specifically, I’d like to explore the crucial connection between authenticity and recognition.
How can we recognize people every day in an authentic way? What does authenticity mean? Why is authenticity important both in offering and receiving recognition?
Be Featured on the Blog
For the month of August, authenticity and recognition will be the theme on my blog—and I want to highlight your perspectives! I’ll be featuring guest posts from anyone who feels compelled to share their thoughts, examples, and anecdotes about authenticity and recognition.
So, if you have something to say on the subject, email my blog editor at email@example.com with your guest post, which can be 400 words or less. Please include a short bio and photo of yourself.
Can’t wait to see how you link authenticity to recognition!
Here are Your Posts
Four Keys to Authentic Recognition by Roy Saunderson, Aug 3, 2010
Ripples of Real Recognition by Jane Perdue, Aug 16, 2010
How to Praise Properly by Harold Thompson, Aug 17, 2010
Receiving the Gift of Recognition by Mary Jo Asmus, Aug 25, 2010
Regular Recognition Says It Best by Cori Curtis, Aug 30, 2010
Leaders Care by Mike Henry Sr., Sept 1, 2010
Don’t believe your own press! by China Gorman, Sept 2, 2010
Let Go of My Ego! by Kent Julian, Sept 3, 2010
Recognition Only Works When It’s Authentic by Alanah Throop, Sept 24, 2010
Sonia Di Maulo is Founder and Lead Feedback Enthusiast of Ready to Feedback. Her passion to connect authentically gets her rave reviews at her workshops, coaching sessions and conferences. Learn more about her service offerings here: Get Your Company Ready!
Mission: To partner with HR professionals to coach and train leaders and their teams to use authentic feedback that retains, motivates, and fosters team connections.
She would love to hear from you… share your feedback stories and successes!