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Recognition Speakers

Here you will find keynote speakers, who all are able to talk about Recognition. Click on the individual keynote speakers and read more about them and their keynotes.

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Speakers about recognition (3)

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About Recognition

  • Most people strive for recognition, one way or the other. Personal recognition, professional recognition, etc.
  • How do you achieve recognition and is it possible to measure recognition? The feeling of recognition is nice and what many of us strive for but it is also possible to get more or less addicted to feeling recognition which can eventually become quite a problem.
  • One thing is to strive for recognition but what does it mean to give recognition to other people? Are we always as good at this as we ought to be? As we like to think? Or are we perhaps not good enough at giving proper recognition to the people who deserve it?
  • Keynote speakers on recognition take a look at discussions such as these.
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