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Chester Elton on "Carrot" style motivation

Not all employee motivation techniques are effective. A workplace recognition expert highlights the best methods to recognize employees for long-term results.

Date: August 17, 2007

By: Chester Elton

Podcast #: 07-18


Price: Free


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Long-term organizational success is almost impossible without effective recognition of employees. Chester Elton explains the remarkably simple but powerful methods great managers use to provide their employees with effective recognition, which all managers can easily learn and begin practicing for immediate results. Chester Elton is vice president of performance recognition with the O.C. Tanner Recognition Company, the world's leading employee recognition firm. Elton is co-author (with Adrian Gostick) of The Carrot Principle.

About the Author(s)

Chester Elton has been called the “apostle of appreciation,” by the Globe and Mail, Canada’s largest newspaper, and “creative and refreshing” by the New York Times. Elton is an in-demand speaker the world over and is coauthor of several successful leadership books, including The Carrot Principle and The Invisible Employee. His book, 24-Carrot Manager has been called a “must read for modern-day managers” by Larry King of CNN. As a motivation expert, Elton has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Fast Company magazine. He has also been a featured on "60 Minutes", NBC’s "Today Show", CNN, ABC’s "Money Matters", MSNBC, and National Public Radio. He is coauthor of The Orange Revolution. For more information, visit TheCultureWorks.com


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