The financial performance of companies with highly engaged employees outstrips others on the three key financial measures of operating income; net income, growth and earnings per share. With only one in seven of the UK’s workforce considered to be highly engaged the time to unleash existing potential is now.
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The “Employee Engagement Summit 2009″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Introduction and Opening Address by Conference Chair: Managing Engagement during a Recession
John Purcell Strategic, Academic Advisor, Employment Relation ACAS National
Employee Engagement: Connecting Your Employees, Their Aspirations, Our Communities
Mark Wakefield Corporate Citizenship & Corporate Affairs Manager IBM UK
The Psychology of Employee Engagement
Dr David Pendleton, Chairman Edgecumbe Group
Engagement for Multiple Initiatives and Successful Partnerships
Trewin Restorick, CEO Global Action Plan and Lucy Carver, Director of The Bigger Picture Sky
Who Wants to Win a Millionaire – Employee Engagement special?
Phil Challoner, Communications Manager Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council and Mark Jones Internal Communications Officer Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
Intelligently Implementing Engagement Strategies
Emma Bonfield, Head of Employee Engagement Morrisons
How Leadership Impacts Engagement: The Latest Research Findings
Dilys Robinson, Principal Research Fellow Institute for Employment Studies
Engaging Employees in a New Era – The Need for Brand Congruity
Sholto Lindsey-Smith, Managing Director UffindellWest
Engaging Times: UK Research – The Competitive Advantage in a Recession
Alice Snell, Vice President
Storytelling: Engaging Colleagues to Become the Power of Change
Lisa Marsh, Head of HR HBOS Clerical Medical