Employee Engagement Summit 2012 – Documentation
We are experiencing very volatile economic times leading to uncertainty and change within many organizations. Employees feel insecure in their jobs and squeezes on salary and benefits can lead to a drop in satisfaction levels. During these times it is crucial to engage employees to achieve the strategic goals of an organization.
This presentation will offer practical tips to build engagement and will discuss strategies that have actually worked for some of the UK’s leading employers. The panel of expert speakers will give best practice case studies offering practical advice on how to sustain high levels of engagement. This summit will help you to reconnect and re-engage the disengaged ultimately creating greater productivity.
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The “Employee Engagement Summit 2012” conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair
Dilys Robinson Principal Research Fellow
Institute for Employment Studies
Implementing and Embedding your Engagement Strategy
Liz Bramley, Head of Engagement & Diversity
The Co-operative Group
Engagement Anywhere – The Holistic Engagement Infrastructure
Carolin Braulik, Senior Project Manager and Alex Osbaldeston, Client Services Director
Maintaining Engagement through Change
Jeremy Langley, Marketing and Business Development Director
Are your Employees Really Engaged?
Dr Kerstin Alfes, Senior Lecturer Department for Lecturer, Leadership, HRM and Organisation
Kingston University and Dr Stephen Gourlay, Reader
Kingston Business School
Examining Modes of Engagement
Jon Formby, Senior Development Partner
The College of Law
Lynne Graham, HR Director
Rewarding, Motivating and Incentivising Employees
Susan Coulson, Director of People Management and Development