Julie Lin, Moxa, Pi Ken Wong, Allianz & Pesha Krishnan, Achievers
The way we show and receive appreciation differs from person to person across geographies and cultures. While some may love being thanked in front of the entire office, stepping into centre stage while others are less keen on the publicity and attention.
The cultural gap linked to differences in communication, attitudes and behaviours between Asian cultures and their Western counterparts can pose significant challenges for HR in implementing high performing employee engagement programs.
So, how can HR address these fundamental cultural differences among employees and develop programs that can create a sense of belonging?
Join us for this exclusive Achievers Masterclass where Pi Ken Wong, Chief Human Resource Officer & Communications Officer, Allianz Singapore, Julie Lin, Head of Learning & Development, Moxa, and Pesha Krishnan, Customer Success Manager, Achievers discuss how to authentically recognise your employees – even when they’re not keen on the spotlight.
Key Takeaways from the session:
Frequent recognition builds a strong culture of appreciation, and has a stronger, longer-lasting impact on workplace culture
Leaders and managers need to be conscious and more deliberate in recognising people, especially in Asia.
Employees are looking for specific meaningful recognition– above and beyond a “well done”
Sensitivity is key when it comes to dealing with employees from diverse cultures and regions