The following article was written by Jens Chrzanowski, Member of the Management Board of Admiral Markets Group AS.
Every broker is fishing for external awards as a sign of recognition. Indeed, external awards are valuable; if they are reputable, even better.
What about internal awards? Don’t you think that many brokers, and companies in general, forget about employee recognition? Think about how much attention you pay to your actual clients. Now think about your staff as your “internal” clients.
We at Admiral Markets have introduced Insignia Awards to recognise employees for the previous six months. Employees are free to nominate anyone within the company, including themselves. The nominations are then reviewed by the Insignia Award Committee. For H1-2017, we received 35 submissions for the Individual Award and 32 for the Team Award. It was a challenging task for the Committee to select the winners, as all the nominees did an excellent job. The criteria for choosing the best ones were outperformance, exceeding daily duties, excellent attitude and collaboration, significant contribution on a company-wide level, and leading by example.
In this weekly column, I will only pick one name, but don’t worry, all the winners were properly celebrated by the Admiral Markets family!
Please meet my colleague, Mr Zalán Molnár, Admiral Markets’ Country Manager in Hungary. Zalán joined our company around one and a half years ago. In the past 12 months, Zalán managed to transform the humble Hungarian market into one of our most active. He is constantly surpassing his daily duties by representing the voice of our sales teams in Global Marketing Projects, by bringing the true spirit of sales and professional work to the whole Global Sales Division.
I’d like to thank Zalán and all of you doing a great job every day!
Love what you do, and your clients will love you in return.
See you next week!
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