file0001179129151As a manager who moved locations often, I was always faced with the challenge of getting to know my new team over just a few short days.  Learning about my team members always made the process of employee team building easier and more effective, and it also enriched employee recognition.  One simple technique that I found useful was placing Getting to Know You sheets in the break room.  These were always full of fun questions aimed at doing just that—learning a little bit more about the new group of people I would be working with (they also were great lunch time conversation starters).  As we launch this blog I would like to try one of those questions out here.  Think of it as a “getting to know each other” process.

With the passing this year of legendary film credit Roger Ebert, I have been digitally surrounded with lists of his favorite films.  Reflecting on my own list, I must shamefully admit that many of my favorites contain cheesy love stories.  So here is my Getting to Know You question:  What would make your Top Ten Movie list?

Michelle is the primary liaison between the client and QIC, and is responsible for the health and growth of the company’s existing portfolio of incentive and recognition programs. Previously she worked for a major retail chain where she led her team to achieve consistent brand standards and a positive store culture. Her experience has given her a passion for finding creative solutions to improve employee morale while increasing employee retention.

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