Building a positive organizational culture? Yes please! A compliment day and we're done? Nope. Of course it doesn't work that way. What does work? People want to feel seen, valued and appreciated. Yet many people just feel unappreciated. We take a meaningful step with you in building onepositive organizational culture through appreciation and connection
can be combined with each other in our 'celebrate together sessions' sessions. People from different teams and departments get the chance to meaningfully connect with each other and build relationships. In many companies there is an us-versus-them culture. That of sales, IT, production, planning,… constructive cooperation across departments and teams is important for achieving results.You work better together if you know each other, if you are in a relationship.
In our celebrate & connect sessions, colleagues get to know each other in a different way. They have a four-moment in common, which is binding. In addition to appreciation and connection, your colleagues experience the joy that comes with giving. They learn about the charities that HW supports, the children in need they help by attending this event.Responsible Rewards
are a meaningful way to appreciate your colleagues. That's exactly what our sessions do! Making a meaningful difference, social entrepreneurship and contributing to a better world. Do you have something to celebrate? A birthday, an anniversary, a newcomer welcome a retirement, ... Would you like to appreciate colleagues with something other than a bunch of flowers or a bottle of wine? Do you believe that collaboration across teams and departments is important for the success of the organization? Then book a session. Give people a reason to tell positive stories about your organization. A surprise that people will not soon forget! In addition, we make it as easy as possible for you to schedule a session. (Busyproof) For an inspiring article about surprising remuneration, read this article with Xavier Baeten from Vlerick.https://zigzaghr.be/met-belonen-kan-je-veel-kapot-maken/