Employee Engagement Summit 2013 – Webinars

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Practical tips to build engagement and increase performance. Update for managers, HR professionals and engagement specialists.

This summit offered expert advice from leading professionals and featured best practice case studies addressing how to implement cost effective and sustainable engagement initiatives.

This conference heard practical tips to build engagement and discussed strategies that actually worked for some of the UK’s leading employers. The panel of expert speakers gave 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.

 

Description

Type: Presentation recorded at conference
Format: Clickable slide presentations plus streamed audio file only
Duration: 10 Sessions – Varying lengths

Where to find the presentations

Once you have paid, login and then return to this page.  A tab will appear above with links to the presentations.


 

The Event Programme:

Sessions from this conference available in the webinar include:

Session 01: Introduction and opening by the conference chair

Dilys Robinson, Principal Research Fellow, Institute for Employment Studies (IES)

Session 02: Employee engagement in organisations: The first 100 days for ambitious HR functions

  • Introduce the ‘Six pillars’ of successful engagement and associated HR ‘masks’
  • Reflect on the required role of HR and how doing what has always been done won’t be enough
  • Present a future-proofed platform for ambitious HR functions to master
  • Contains two exercises – the  ‘EE reality Matrix and ‘Starters for 10’

Nicholas Higgins, Founder & CEO, VaLUENTiS Ltd

Session 03: The latest developments in the ‘Engage for Success’ movement

  • Examining how employee engagement can help the UK out of recession

David MacLeod, co-chair of the Employee Engagement Taskforce and co-author of the MacLeod Report on Employee Engagement
and Nita Clarke, Vice Chair, MacLeod Review, co chair of the Employee Engagement Task Force, and director of the IPA

Session 04: Questions and discussion with the speakers

Session 05: Practical tips for a successful engagement strategy

  • Examining which methods and approaches have worked
  • Tailoring strategies for your organisation

John Greatrex, Group HR Director, Unipart

Session 06: Instilling organisational values into your employees

  • Ensuring employees engage with the organisation ethos
  • Creating values that are not just a piece of paper on the wall
  • Gaining employee feedback
  • Ensuring communications between all levels within the organisation
  • Using best practice assessments (Best Companies)

Keith Lambert, HR Director, Hitachi Capital

Session 07:  Knowledge share networking session

Session 08: Engagement in adversity

  • How to maintain and build engagement during change
  • The enablers to success
  • Practical planning advice for leadership teams

Alex Lewis, Employee Relations and Engagement Director, BAE Systems plc

 Session 09: Making engagement survey follow-up really effective

  • Turning data into insight
  • Avoiding analysis paralysis
  • Moving the annual survey exercise to actual workforce change?

Geoffrey Matthews, Vice President, HR Strategy, Merck Group

Session 10: 

Panel discussion / question and answers

15:30 – 16:00 The next steps for engagement

Examining how engagement is moving forward and helping business deliver increased performance
Panelists:

  • Kevan Sproul, Human Resources Director, SITA UK
  • Andrew Strowger, Global Director of Performance & OD, Unilever
  • David Littlechild, Head of Engagement, Lloyds Banking Group
Please click the following links to be taken through to the relevant sessions. Find the "Links to presentations" tab and click to play.

Session 01: Employee Engagement 2013 – Introduction and opening address


Session 02: Employee engagement in organisations: The first 100 days for ambitious HR functions


Session 03: The latest developments in the ‘Engage for Success’ movement


Session 04: Employee Engagement 2013 – Session 1 Q&A


Session 05: Practical tips for a successful engagement strategy


Session 06: Instilling organisational values into your employees


Session 07: Employee Engagement 2013 – Facilitated discussion


Session 08: Engagement in adversity


Session 09: Making engagement survey follow-up really effective


Session 10: The next steps for engagement: Examining how engagement is moving - Panel discussion