Employee Engagement Summit 2010 – Documentation

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Employees can feel isolated and lack faith in their leaders after a year of short term “quick fixes” to fight for survival. This presentation offers expert guidance on fostering engagement in the aftermath of redundancies and structural change and implementing cost effective and sustainable engagement initiatives. It will also focus on how leading organisations are going forward: developing leaders and employer branding to cultivate engagement, as well as how to measure levels of engagement and use the results to formulate effective strategies.

You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF).

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The “Employee Engagement Summit 2010″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

An Engaged Workforce Will Lead the Way Out of Recession

Tanith Dodge, Director of HR

Marks & Spencer plc

Session 2

Maintaining High Levels of Engagement Despite Needing to Cut Costs

Kate Holt

Organised by: HR Director


Session 3

‘The 10’: Evaluating Engaging Organisations

Jeffrey Jolton Director of Consulting


Session 4

Prospering Through Service Excellence

Jo Causon, Chief Executive

Institute of Customer Service

Session 5

Employee Engagement through Adding Value at Firmdale Hotels

Mike Williams, Head of People Development and Training

Firmdale Hotels

Session 6

The Future Role of HR in Employee Engagement

Andrea Cartwright, Head of HR

Nationwide Building Society

Session 7

Creative Research, Methods to Design Engagement Strategies that Succeed

Don Porter CBE, Managing Director


Session 8

The BEST Way to Engagement

Raffaela Goodby, Employee Engagement Manager

Birmingham City Council

Session 9

The Latest Research: ‘The Engaging Manager’

Dilys Robinson, Principal Research Fellow

Institute for Employment Studies


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