The Engage for Success movement continues to go from strength to strength and there is a wealth of resources available at your fingertips. If you are looking for guidance to help you navigate through all things employee engagement related, you’re in luck as the opportunities and information are limitless. I’m going to guide you through […]Read more >
People across the UK are doing their bit for charity this month as part of Comic Relief, and employees at one supermarket in particular have been dancing in the aisles as part of their efforts. The videos by employees at Sainsbury’s have been shared on YouTube and Twitter @sainsburyspr. I thought I’d highlight them here as they are […]Read more >
Social Media Week is taking place around the globe for the next seven days and a very special event is happening in Milan tomorrow as part of it. A few months ago I was invited to detail Engage for Success on PR Conversations by content editor, Judy Gombita. (She was one of the original contributors when Toni […]Read more >
Over the past few weeks I’ve been featuring 2013 reading lists and photos of your bookshelves with recommended reads on all things internal communication and social media related. Today Gloria Lombardi has written for my blog to share her review of The CEO: Chief Engagement Officer: Turning Hierarchy Upside Down to Drive Performance by John Smythe (Gower, 2007). I heard John speak about this […]Read more >
On Monday scores of people working on and interested in employee engagement came together for an Engage for Success conference called Engaging Workplaces for a Sustainable Future. The event aimed to bring together practitioners, policymakers and academics to debate and discuss how employee engagement can contribute to ensuring the sustainable performance of organisations. It was a collaboration […]Read more >
Last week PR Conversations published an article I wrote for them to highlight the Engage for Success movement in the UK. I was asked to contribute by my friend Judy Gombita, who like many of my global comms contacts, I discovered via Twitter. Judy is a smart cookie with more than 20 years of experience in public […]Read more >
Does your organisation live by its values? Are they relevant to the day-to-day working lives of employees or are they paying lip service to an ideal world that is very far from your reality? Last week I saw on Twitter that a business breakfast was being held in London to discuss value based leadership, with […]Read more >
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 […]Read more >
Do you get the Sunday night work blues? Or do you live with someone who dreads going to work the next day? Research published by Engage for Success reveals that 47 million hours* are spent worrying about work every weekend by full-time employees across Britain. If you work at weekends, I doubt you are exempt […]Read more >
Evidence into the importance of employee engagement for the economy, plus a new national resource website launches today www.engageforsuccess.orgRead more >
Today is a key date in the calendars of internal communications professionals and for anyone interested in or working on employee engagement. From now you have access to a fantastic wealth of information and data to equip you to have informed conversations about employee engagement within your organisation. I’m going to highlight some of this information […]Read more >
Employee engagement just got serious in the UK. Hot on the heels of the announcement from the Employee Engagement Task Force, comes the UK’s first university accredited specialist qualification in employee engagement and a free conference. The postgraduate certificate in employee engagement launched in October at Kent Business School. Over the course of the next 12 […]Read more >
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