Employee Engagement Seminar

  • Monday, 9 December 2019, 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Seminar Title: Employee Engagement - how to improve attraction and retention of employees

Speaker: Russell Beck in conjunction with SRG

Title and Organisation: Head of Consulting and Collaboration (Impellam Group)

Date and Time: Monday 9th December 1-3pm

Location: Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst, Boardroom

Hosted by: Philippa Clark (SRG) and Wesley Randle (SBC)

Schedule:

1pm – 1.25pm  - networking and drinks/refreshments

1.25pm – 1.30pm – Russell & SRG introductions

1.30pm – 2.45pm – seminar 

2.45pm  - 3pm  -  Q & A session / open group discussions

Employee Engagement

Business has an employee engagement problem. Only 20% of the working population are actively engaged, with the same percentage being actively disengaged. And the remainder? They can be summed up in a single word: ‘Whatever.’ Engagement is a term we all know but few can really define it, so what is it all about, and so what?

This seminar will remove the ambiguity of ‘employee engagement’ and turn it into your competitive advantage by using real terms, real evidence and realistic solutions by considering: 

  • What engagement actually is
  • With concrete real-life examples from the corporate world, we will build a business case for engagement and the bottom-line impact an engaged workforce can bring
  • ‘Carrot or stick?’ what comes first engagement or performance?
  • How engagement is typically measured, and the pitfalls that often arise
  • 8 tangible areas that are proven to increase the engagement of the workforce.

By the end of the seminar you will have the information to build an action plan to improve engagement know how to better measure it, know how to justify its value.

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