In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Raphael Crawford-Marks about creating a “culture of appreciation” in your organization.
Raphael Crawford-Marks (https://www.linkedin.com/in/raphaelcm/) is the Founder and CEO of Bonusly, an enterprise platform that helps companies create high-performance, high-engagement workplaces. He founded the company as a side project in 2012, because he believed there was a better way to facilitate peer-to-peer recognition and appreciation. He grew Bonusly to the point where he was able to leave his job as a developer to work on the company full time, and, today, Bonusly serves thousands of customers around the world.
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