Reward and recognition in an age of austerity – an fe3 mindstretch® podcast

What do you give employees, if you can’t give money? An fe3 podcast on reward and recognition

We based this podcast on the content of a recent mindstretch® on reward and recognition in lean times.

In it, we talk to Paul Wylie, Director of Strategy for the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) about his plans to create a ‘bottom up’ HR strategy – where employees can have a direct input into how they’re rewarded.

Thanks to:

Neil Davey for technical help, and bensound for the music.

A champion of evidence

For many years, fe3 has been a champion of evidence.  To demonstrate this, our mindstretch® sessions began in 2002 and we’ve debunked myths, exposed fads and hopefully stretched minds. We believe that as Oscar Wild said – ‘The truth is rarely pure and never simple.’

Because of this, we run mindstretch® sessions. We ask our guests to contribute their ideas, take part in the discussion and give their experiences. Our sessions offer participants a chance to get away from the phones and take some time concentrating on a specific aspect of organisations.

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