Posted on October 7, 2009 at 3:50pm
I was following Rafique’s blog on acknowledgement and recognition and found it invigorating as well as intriguing. Rafique enlists the positive effects of this on the receiver, giver and the community. He suggests that acknowledgement and recognition are a step towards better performance of the individual (so far so good) and the team (this is where it gets tricky). This set me thinking...and hence this blog, my first one (Thanks Rafique!).
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Many thanks for your note! Its wonderful to connect with you again. Thanks for your interest in CHP. Its work focuses on knowledge-based mobilisation with a specific goal to create sustainable change. You can find more on the organisation and its work at www.thechp.org I have just returned from the 5th APCRSH meet in Beijing. It was a good conference. I look forward to sharing lots on this great platform and learning all about your work and what you are doing now. Warmly, Ash
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