24th Annual HPRCT Conference
June 19-22, 2018
Marriott Riverwalk
San Antonio, Texas
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Friday, June 22 • 8:00am - 12:00pm
Green Beans & Ice Cream: The Recipe for a Culture of Commitment

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During this presentation, Leaders will be introduced to how to model positive behavior and they will be provided tools to help learn to design and implement successful behavior-based talent retention and recognition programs so that a corporate culture that focuses on achieving long-term performance improvements, eliminating favoritism, and engaging the middle manager thus resulting in higher profits for the shareholders. Participants will learn the benefits of proactive programs and will explore the most “popular” recognition tools in use today and what the latest studies indicate about their effectiveness. 

It’s a business no-brainer that happy employees make better employees.  
But how do you get happy employees that deliver their best work on a consistent basis? 
And how do you create a Culture of Commitment in your organization? Further, how do you shift your workplace culture from “I have to do it or I’ll be in trouble” to “I want to do it because I believe in it”? Based on Bill’s best-selling book: “Green Beans & Ice Cream: The Remarkable Power of Positive Reinforcement”, this presentation explores how R+ Leadership ensures that your employees perform at their best. Not only will R+ Leadership attract and retain high-performance employees, it will also produce rapid performance improvement among low-performer employees. We will focus extensively on the mechanisms needed for successful behavior-based processes and consider areas that are often overlooked. 
Learning Outcomes: 
•             Learn the definition of Positive Reinforcement and how it improves culture, safety, quality, and customer service. 
•             Determine what types of employees you have: compliant, non-compliant or committed, and what drives each type 
•             Learn how positive reinforcement drives commitment and employee engagement, which translate to improved profits! 

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Bill Sims

President, The Bill Sims Company
Bill Sims Jr. is the President of The Bill Sims Company.  Since 1959 The Bill Sims Company has been helping companies improve performance and increase bottom line profits. We design and administer awareness and reward systems using leading indicators of safety, quality, and production... Read More →

Friday June 22, 2018 8:00am - 12:00pm CDT

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