Experiences of staff members and video's
Read about the experiences of staff members with the way of recognizing and rewarding. The articles highlight examples and role models, as well as dilemmas that arise.
Read about the experiences of staff members:
“You don’t practice science on your own”03rd April 2023
Public Law and Governance (PLG) is the largest Department of Tilburg Law School in which team science is one of the strategic principles of research policy. In this Department, researchers from as many as ten disciplines collaborate and team science is a matter of course. Head of Department Professor Nicola Jägers: “You need others, it’s as simple as that.”
“Recognition & Rewards requires a shift in thinking from administrators, those in leadership positions, and staff alike”18th January 2022
At the Department of Human Resources Studies (HRS) a great deal of research is being done on the design and the impact of HR policy. Dorien Kooij is its Head of Department, and in that capacity she has been experimenting with the strengths approach, diversification of career paths, and focusing on one or two domains. Charissa Freese is Endowed Professor of HRM and Social Security in Dorien’s team. They talk about their experiences.
Jantine Schuit, Vice-Rector Magnificus: ‘It is important to recognize each other’s achievements and reward them’16th November 2021
Recognition & Rewards is a system and culture change in which the domains of education, research, social impact, leadership, and team spirit are central. “It is a broad vision of talent development, with which we want to create a working environment in which all employees feel recognized and valued and continue to develop themselves,” says Jantine Schuit, Vice-Rector Magnificus. As an Executive Board member, she is closely involved in the project. She reflects on the current state of affairs, discusses concerns, and gives examples.
The words of academics
On this page, you can hear the words of academics on Recognition & Rewards. In these videos, a number of Tilburg University academics share what Recognition & Rewards means to them. They are asked what they hope Recognition & Rewards will mean for them in their careers, but also what it will mean for Tilburg University and for academia in general.
Michèle Nuijten on Recognition & Rewards
Hans van Dijk on Recognition & Rewards
Ian Sumner on Recognition & Rewards
Esther Keymolen on Recognition & Rewards
Bart Engelen on Recognition & Rewards
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