Infographic: 5 Reasons Why You Should Recognise Your Peers

By Leaderonomics|25-07-2016 | 1 Min Read

Have you been recognised by your own team members for an excellent work you have completed lately? How did you feel after that?

In the Zappos family, peer-to-peer employee rewards programmes help build a positive team spirit.

Zapponians (as they fondly call themselves) have the chance to acknowledge others who are excellent examples of the culture and have done a praiseworthy job.

Here are five reasons why you should seriously consider peer-to-peer recognition in your organisation.

Peer-to-peer recognition

Comment or write to us at editor@leaderonomics.com and share with us some of the things you do to recognise your peers, or how you have been recognised by your own peers. For more Top 10 articles, click here. For more infographics, click here.

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