According to Global Human Capital Trends 2015 published by Deloitte University Press, 87% of organisations cite culture and engagement as one of their top challenges and 50% call it very important. Employee engagement and culture are now business issues, not just HR topics to debate and the director of Engage for Success Foundation, Bob Hughes will be delivering a session at our Employee Engagement Summit 2016.
Bob is a successful leadership consultant who has worked at senior levels in large organisations, he has a track record in people motivation and project delivery and has transformed corporate cultures to be more inclusive, effective and coach-like.
He has delivered leadership development, coaching and transformation to clients around the world, and is now the director of Engage for Success, a non-profit organisation dedicated to improving engagement in the UK.
Bob’s presentation will take a look at driving employee engagement through coaching, his session will cover the following:
- Fostering employee engagement through coaching principles
- Receiving coaching at work and its impact on engagement
- Coaching for engagement: the power of encouraging self-motivation
- Providing coach training for the managers
This conference is perfect for HR professionals such as directors of employee engagement, employee relations, employee benefits managers, and head of internal communications, head of reward and recognition and organisational development managers.