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A Government report published in 2009 by David MacLeod and Nita Clarke sparked a sea-change in thinking about employee engagement. For the first time, engagement was seen as a business issue rather than something confined to the realms of the Human Resources department.
During this event we will explore how employee engagement is both relevant and essential to the success of organisations.
We are privileged to welcome David MacLeod OBE as our Keynote Speaker and to hear his latest thoughts on employee engagement.
Delegates will also be able to choose TWO workshops from the following:
- The Neuroscience behind Employee Engagement.
- Making the Business Case for Employee Engagement.
- Case Study: London & Partners – Keeping young graduates engaged.
- Case Study: Barclays – Challenger Community: the link between customer satisfaction and employee engagement
Numbers will be limited to encourage interaction with the speakers. There will also be plenty of opportunities to share ideas with peers.
For more information on the event speakers please see our speaker biography page.
- To learn more about current thinking and new approaches to employee engagement.
- To network with like-minded peers.
- To gain new ideas to take back to your organisation.
Who should attend?
This event is aimed at managers, aspiring managers, HR specialists, business owners, independents.
|10.30||Registration, Refreshments & Networking.|
Welcome and Introduction
Mandy Cooke, GSK; Tom Morrell, Engage for Success; Gail Tutcher, BQF.
KEYNOTE: Employee Engagement – Where Next?
David MacLeod OBE will provide a personal view on the relevance in 2018 of employee engagement to the success of organisations. He will explore how the work environment has changed, how the Engage for Success movement has responded and will share his insights and experience on the four enablers of greater levels of employee engagement
Q&A with the speaker.
Workshop Session 1
Choose one of the following options:
The Neuroscience behind Employee Engagement
Tom Morrell will explore important developments in neuroscience as a key ingredient that a business can include in a successful employee engagement strategy.
Making the Business Case for Employee Engagement
Donna Reeves will share some of the tangible business benefits that have come from investing in employees.
Case Study: London & Partners
Many of the employees at London & Partners are highly qualified, young people in their first or second roles. Although their average period of employment is short, Simon Joy will explain how they developed a strategy to maximise the engagement of these young people during their time with the organisation.
Case Study: Barclays
Barclays’ ‘Challenger Community’ encourages employees to walk in the customer’s shoes and shape the design of new customer offerings. Greg Hamilton will explain how this has led, not only to high levels of employee engagement, but also significant increases in customer net promoter scores.
|13.45||Workshop Session 2|
Reflections and Take-Aways
An opportunity for individual and group reflection on the learning from the event as well as to identify practical ideas that can be taken back to the workplace. This plenary session will be facilitated by Gail Tutcher.
Please see the links below for directions and parking. However due to the limited number of parking spaces, delegates are encouraged to get public transport where possible.
For more information, please contact [email protected]