Engagement comes to town

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Engagement comes to town

Today saw a major event in the life of the Engage for Success movement as practitioners gathered in London. The Queen Elizabeth II Conference centre in Westminster played host to the packed room of people working on and interested in employee engagement.

I’ve been following today via the #e4s hashtag on Twitter and am looking forward to reading the guest article that Krish Lathigra, Senior Comms and Research Manager at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office is kindly writing for my blog.

However to whet your appetite and bring you up to speed on what happened today, I’ve created a Storify that includes all the tweets, videos and photographs that were shared. (On that note, thank you to @LizCop as the pic on this page was tweeted by her).

Jon Ingham attended today and you can read his overview of the event via his blog.

What do you think of today’s discussions? Feel free to comment below or tweet @engage4success. Don’t forget to use the #e4s hashtag on Twitter so the conversations can continue, Rachel

 

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