Rewards & Recognition

Rewards & Recognition


Price: $95 members; $130 non-members

Member Online Enrollment | Non-Member Online Enrollment
This course is also available at discounted prices under an annual license.  A Learning Extension is available for this course.  Call or email for details.
Participant’s Handbook and Trainer’s Guide – Tools for in-house training

Handbook: Catalog #3003784 – $36.75 member; $57.75 non-member

Trainer’s Guide: Catalog #3003810 – $95 member; $135 non-member

Please note:  Rewards and Recognition is printed on demand as ordered.  The Handbook and Trainer’s Guide may not be returned.
Course Description:   Rewards and Recognition explores why reward—the tangible symbol of that appreciation—and recognition—the acknowledgment and appreciation of a person’s efforts—are important to job satisfaction and employee retention. The course teaches the core principles and characteristics of recognition and the benefits that giving rewards and recognition can bring to individual employees, to the department or workgroup, and to the institution. The consequences of neglecting or withholding recognition are noted as well. The course focuses on how to plan, administer and implement an effective rewards and recognition program that utilizes both non-monetary and small-cost resources. The course provides the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize, reward, and motivate employees toward continued and improved performance.
Audience:  Any employee responsible for motivating staff regardless of the specific reporting relationships.  This could include managers, supervisors, team leaders and mentors.
Learning Objectives:  After completing this course, students will be able to:
  • Define the terms “reward” and “recognition”
  • Identify the elements of rewarding and recognizing employees
  • Describe the consequences of failing to reward and recognize employees
  • Describe how to link a specific company value to specific employee behaviors
  • Determine a reward/recognition that is appropriate to the individual
  • Communicate the reward/recognition effectively
  • Describe the steps in creating a recognition plan
  • Create a recognition plan for employees
The Nebraska Bankers Association is a Local ABA Training Provider.
For More Information Contact:

Joanne Smith
Education and Member Information Coordinator

Nebraska Bankers Association / 233 South 13th Street, Suite 700 / PO Box 80008 / Lincoln, NE 68501-0008