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Why You Should Design a Values-Based Recognition Program

Why You Should Design a Values-Based Recognition Program

According to a survey by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), there’s quite a large success gap between the recognition programs that are tied to a company’s values and those that aren’t. When your organization’s values become a visible aspect of your culture, you provide a more stable and welcoming workplace environment that employees love to be a part of.

Our Core Values: Video

Our core values are the things we’ve always lived by, but it wasn’t until recently that we put them down on paper. Today, Motivation Excellence President David Jobes talks about how he came up with RITE2 and what it means to us as a company.

30 Years & Counting: An Interview with Motivation Excellence CEO Greg Lewis

30 Years & Counting: An Interview with Motivation Excellence CEO Greg Lewis

After leaving one of the best incentive companies at the time early on in his career, Greg Lewis decided to put the ball in his own court – by starting his own company. 30 years later, Motivation Excellence has grown into an organization Greg never dreamed of. Today’s post is Greg’s own reflections on the early years of the business, including challenges, successes, and where he sees the company going in the future.

MEI Volunteers at Feed My Starving Children

MEI Volunteers at Feed My Starving Children

The Motivation Excellence team had the joy of heading to a local Feed My Starving Children warehouse to pack food for children in need on Monday, August 24. This office-wide team building event was much anticipated, and this morning our office buzzed with chatter of how fulfilling and rewarding this experience really was. (Check out our stylish hairnets!)

Performance Management: What It Is & Why You Need It

In today’s post, we sit down with our performance management project managers, Shannon and Pat, along with Bob Graham, VP of Client & Technology Solutions, to discuss what it is exactly they do to keep delivering results and providing business intelligence, and why it’s so important.

Happy Work Anniversary!

It's a thing around here: we love to recognize anniversaries. Our employees are what make our company tick, and they deserve to be recognized. Happy anniversary this month to the following: Susan, Customer Service: 12 years Shannon, Performance Management: 4 years...

How to Drive Impact & Engagement at Your Next Meeting

How to Drive Impact & Engagement at Your Next Meeting

Every company has meetings: some to train, some to educate, some to motivate, and some to celebrate. But in order to achieve the results you want, you must ask yourself the question: Am I driving impact and engagement with the audience that will deliver on the investment needed to host the meeting?

Will Work For Travel

Will Work For Travel

Cash can be repeated weekly and routinely, often with the same before and after effect. On the flip side, individual travel awards are individually unique and have the ability to prompt dreamlike states where participants get excited thinking about what they will do and how they will feel when they reach their destination.

Shark Diving in a Laundry Basket

Did you hear about the British fishermen who tried to recreate some scenes from the blockbuster hit JAWS? (Hey, it's Shark Week after all.) In 2012, two men (described by the Daily Mail as "bonkers") decided they wanted to capture some footage of sharks in a feeding...