The Carrots Keynote highlights proven ideas, powerful case studies, and uses humorous examples to show how recognition engages people and improves your bottom line. It’s a no-holds-barred, high-energy, high-level event that entertains and boosts productivity. Based on the New York Times bestseller, The 24-Carrot Manager, The Carrot Keynote gets your leaders excited about recognizing their people as it teaches them what recognition can do for your employees and your organization. This keynote presentation highlights proven ideas, cites powerful case studies and includes humorous examples that illustrate how recognition can engage people and improve the bottom line. It’s a high level event that touches on valuable tips and techniques to positively impact engagement, productivity and retention. The Carrot Keynote is a great way to kick off a new recognition program and a strong foundational event prior to introducing A Carrot A Day Training to your managers.
Oh sure, they have real names; but they are best known as "The Carrot Guys." And their message on employee engagement will change the way you do business.
They are Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton, authors of the critically acclaimed, best-selling business books The 24-Carrot Manager, The Carrot Principle, and A Carrot A Day, a Wall Street Journal and Business Week national bestseller. Gostick and Elton have appeared on CNN, MSNBC, Fox and NBC's Today Show.
As "The Carrot Guys," Gostick and Elton are recognition consultants to Fortune 500 companies and will speak to more than 100,000 people this year on the power of effective, strategic employee recognition.
Need to motivate your managers? Need to get your leaders engaged in the principles and how-to's of recognition? Bring in the Carrot Guys. No one ever regrets it. (Well, there was that one guy in Winnipeg, but who knew you shouldn't lure a polar bear into the Holiday Inn?).