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Good day! Our next Recognition Roundtable is Sept. 17 from 11:45 am to 1:30 pm at PCC Natural Markets in Redmond, 11435 Avondale Road NE, hosted by Craig Larsson, Store Manager and Mimi Simmons, Customer Service Manager. Doors open at 11:45 a.m. Please bring your own lunch or arrive a little early and purchase something wonderfully healthful and delicious at PCC's Deli. That's my plan!
The topic is Corporate Wellness: A holistic approach to elevating health and productivity in the workplace. PCC Markets will kick off the discussion sharing wellness programs and ideas that are part of their culture, followed by a presentation by Susan Chasse, LMP and Wellness Consultant.
The combined presentations will take us to about 1:00 pm so we will have time for discussion, sharing and Q & A and how employee wellness programs and recognition programs can work in tandem.
If you are already a Recognition Roundtable member and have not exceeded your 4 sessions this year, then this is a FREE event, otherwise registration is $30/pp and I will send a payment request via PayPal when you RSVP.
Please mark your calendars for Sept. 25 from Noon - 1:30 pm for the next RR featuring Greg Marcus, PhD who is blogging a book called Busting Your Corporate Idol. The event will be held at Horizon House, on pill hill in Seattle. This is another event you will not want to miss. EventBrite to follow shortly.
If you have any questions, please call me at 206.353.8267 or email@example.com.
Theresa Chambers, Chief Motivation Officer, www.recognitionworks.net
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Recognition Works expands the way leaders and organizations think about employee recognition and engagement. Therea Chambers designs employee recognition strategies that drive engagement and position companies to become Best Places to Work. She is available for keynotes, leadership training, lunch-n-learns, and recognition strategy design consulting services. She also offers Recognize the Moment Toolkits chock full of on-the-spot tools to build a culture of appreciation and engagement.