Teams need to celebrate achievements, individuals need to be recognizedTreating everyone equally when it comes to rewards can lead to entrepreneurial paralysisBy Gordon Green03/08/2004|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 03/09/2004 Many corporations no longer have employees — they have “team members.” And without a population of employees, they no longer have a need for managers. Instead, they have “team leaders.” Employees work in teams rather than as managed individuals. Teamwork is often conspicuously inserted into many corporate value statements. Parallel to the growth in popularity of teamwork is the growing realization among human resource management experts that recognition is important to behavioural change. Recognition aligns attitude to corporate values. Through their daily, routine behaviours, employees are charged with taking the initiative to skillfully execute corporate strategies and business objectives. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.