Political leaders invited to learn the art of engagement

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Facing the toughest challenge of their careers, leaders of political parties invited to learn the art of engagement.

Members of the cabinet and shadow cabinets of all the major political parties are being invited to attend recently launched Art of Engagement, to help them get the best from their teams and engage voters in the run up to the election.

Created by workplace engagement specialists Best Companies, the name behind The Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For lists, Art of Engagement helps leaders get their hands on best practice techniques and develop strategy through eight zones such as My Team and Giving Something Back.

Jonathan Austin, Founder and CEO of Best Companies, comments:

“We believe Art of Engagement can make a significant impact on the level of performance of all parties in the build up to the election. Everyone is predicting a close run race so they need to be firing on all cylinders.”

All political parties want to ‘get into the heads’ of voters over the next few weeks, and one of the zones at the event actually offers the opportunity for delegates to get inside a giant head and view life through the eyes of a disengaged person.

Austin comments:

“We would be delighted if the political parties take up our invitation to attend the Art of Engagement. They need to be absolutely at the top of their game over the next few weeks to engage their members and inspire voters. With this event we are breaking new boundaries in helping organisations of all shapes and sizes devise and implement engagement techniques, which have a real impact on their organisational success.”

Hosted in a 60,000 square foot, purpose-built, temporary structure at Milton Keynes National Bowl for the next six months, the Art of Engagement is seeking to attract 5,000 leaders and managers from over a thousand UK organisations.

To find out more about the Art of Engagement, and to find out how to obtain tickets for the event, visit http://www.theartofengagement.co.uk



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