Employee Engagement Summit 2014

£145.00 £59.99

A streamed audio file and slide presentations from the conference.

Eleven sessions recorded live at the event.

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Type: Presentation recorded at conference
Format: Clickable slide presentations plus streamed audio file only
Duration: 11 sessions – varying lengths

Where to find the presentations

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 The Event Programme:

Sessions from this conference available in the webinar include:

Session 01:  Chair’s opening remarks

Amy Armstrong, Research Fellow, Ashridge Business School

Session 02: Good leadership skills for better engagement

  • Developing and engaging leaders for better performance
  • Examining behaviours, models and expectations
  • Ensuring leaders receive regular feedback and take accountability

Doug McIldowie, Group HR Director, GKN


Session 03: Employee engagement in organisations: Implementing a ‘strategy for excellence’

  • Sharing results from VaLUENTiS’ latest ‘Employee Engagement in Organisations’ research
  • The key components of an employee engagement strategy
  • What does ‘excellence’ really mean?
  • What ‘Playmaker™’ organisations are doing in employee engagement (and what others aren’t doing)

Nicholas Higgins, Founder & CEO, VaLUENTiS Ltd

Session 04:  Ensuring field workers feel connected with the business

  • Making sure engineers feel valued especially when dealing with negative press
  • Introducing new technologies to help works stay connected
  • Measures and benefits of engagement investments

Beverley Rowney, ‎Head of Internal Communications and Cultural Transformation, British Gas Services

Session 05: Engagement as a building block for business; create a great culture and values

  • Creating a culture for change
  • Navigating employees through uncertainty and change
  • Developing accountability for personal and professional development
  • Refreshing the culture and values

Joanna Jepson, Culture and Engagement Workstream Lead and Emma Sutton, MBNA Bank of America

Session 06: Knowledge share networking session

Session 07: Engaging through change

  • Simple steps to maintain employee engagement during periods of change and uncertainty
  • Working with line and senior managers to manage change and to support other employees
  • Helping technical managers become more emotionally aware
  • The data behind the success

Alexandra Buck, Former HR Manager – Employee Engagement, CISCO

Session 08:  Monitor and manage engagement success through survey analysis

  • Ask and focus on the right questions – planning the approach to the survey
  • Setting clear communications and expectations once you get your survey results
  • Actioning change through survey analysis and follow up to embed engagement across the business
  • Building manager engagement and embedding values
  • Provide employees with opportunities to drive own engagement and enablement plans

Katie White, Head of Engagement, Fujitsu

 Session 09: Getting reward right; it’s not all just about pay

  • Taking a cafeteria style approach to reward
  • Creating satisfied and engaged employees through cost effective solutions

Ingrid Waterfield, Senior People Advisor, KPMG

Session 10: Engage an ‘engaged’ workforce

  • Developing a down to earth approach to maintain the momentum and continue the journey
  • Continuous monitoring and measurement
  • The importance of open and honest 2 way conversations
  • Examining the value of providing leadership and development opportunities

Mairi Probin, Internal Communications and Engagement Manager, Iceland Foods

Session 11: Future gazing with the ‘Engage for Success Guru Group’

  • Examining the future direction for engagement
  • What additional challenges might we face
  • Will the concept of engagement remain relevant for years to come?

Dilys Robinson, Principal Research Fellow, Institute for Employment Studies


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