Employee Engagement and Organisational Performance: A New Agenda
Thursday, 18 June 2015 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm£399.00
Employee Engagement and Organisational Performance: A New Agenda
18 June 2015 @ 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
Hilton Hotel, Canary Wharf, London
It is widely recognised that employees represent a potentially powerful source of competitive advantage. The proven link between high levels of motivation, commitment, and business success has made the proactive engagement of employees a strategic imperative through successful talent management strategy.
This in turn drives profit and growth for most leading private companies, whilst driving productivity and performance in public sector and NFP entities. As organisations become more sophisticated and with employee insight now the driving force in shaping strategy and design, so businesses need to look at better ways of refining existing strategies to meet current and future challenges.
Attending this executive workshop will ensure that, when it comes to employee engagement, you and your organisation can avoid the ‘showstoppers’ and instead embed successful employee engagement practice leading to improved organisation performance.
The workshop is facilitated by one of the leading experts in the field for over 10 years, Nicholas J Higgins.
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- The six pillars for embedding successful employee engagement and talent management
- How organisations optimise talent management and employee engagement
- Strategic and tactical insight provided by unique case studies fused with real data
- Understanding and defining employee engagement and talent management (and why it’s very important)
- The importance of ‘smart measurement’ and constructing your own micro ‘big data’ analytics set
- Assessing where your organisation is on the employee engagement and talent management ‘curves’
- Identifying organisation ‘blockages’ and ‘blindspots’
- Practical tips on conducting employee engagement surveys and talent management initiatives
- HR Practitioners and managers involved in employee engagement and/or talent management initiatives’
|09:00||Coffee and Registration|
|09:30||The fundamentals for optimised Talent Management & Employee Engagement(EE)Strategic overview
|11:15||‘Talent Management & Employee Engagement strategy’ case one
|12:45||Lunch and Networking|
|13:30||Talent Management, Employee Engagement & Organisation PerformanceExpanding the ‘Six Pillars®’ framework:
|15:00||‘Talent Management & Employee Engagement strategy’ case two
|16:00||Final plenary – Ten Moments of Truth
|16:30||Close of Masterclass|
Here is just some of the feedback left by previous attendees:
“Trainer passionate about engagement. Very informative.” – HR Officer, CABA
“Very informative with some useful ideas” – Sales Director, Interface Europe Ltd
“Very structured and clear. Thought provoking, interactive, gave clarity of subject in an interesting and stimulating way.” – Regional Director, Interface Europe Ltd
“Passionate and knowledgeable – left me wanting to know more.” – Head of People Engagement, 3663
“Very knowledgeable tutor – thank you!” – Learning & Development Specialist, DeLonghi Kenwood
Nicholas J Higgins
Nicholas J Higgins is an expert in human capital management and organisational behaviour/performance. He is the world’s leading pioneer of value-based HR and is also the main architect behind the groundbreaking Management Pathfinder/HCM Evaluator® and Employee Engagement 5D® solutions. Other innovations include the VB-HR™ Rating/Profiler, Human Capital Reporting Standards (GHCRS2006) and the Human Capital Composite Index (HCCI™).
Nicholas is currently authoring two publications: ‘Employee Engagement: The Definitive Guide’ (due 2012) and ‘The Human Capital Management Manifesto’ (due 2012). He is a regular speaker and has written a number of industry-related articles and reports, being widely regarded as a rising influence in the field of human capital.
Nicholas is also the Dean of the International School of Human Capital Management and technical editor of The Journal of Applied Human Capital Management – a dedicated journal for Practitioners. Seminal papers include ‘Competitive Advantage through Strategic Human Capital Management’, ‘Devising an HCM Strategy’, ‘Employee Engagement’ (various), ‘Evidence-based Leadership’, ‘Organisation Engagement: Evaluating your human capital management signature’, ‘Brave New HR World’, ‘Real HR Transformation’ and ‘HR Operational Excellence’.
A veteran of 250+ projects over the last 15 years, his global clients include a significant number of FTSE 100/Euro300/S&P500 companies. He has also worked with various organisations in the NHS, Higher Education, and Local Government. Implemented projects include a range of human capital management/measurement related areas, leadership, employee engagement and productivity, HR strategy/transformation, through to value based management and customer relationship management.
He is a DrHCMI, holds an MSc in Finance from the London Business School, and an MBA and Diploma in Management from the Open Business School. He is a Chartered Manager by profession (MCMI) and a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM US).
He has previously worked at top global consulting firms PriceWaterhouseCoopers (Human Capital Management), Towers Perrin (Strategy & Organisation) and Watson Wyatt (Human Capital Measurement). This spell in management consulting followed a successful management career in financial services spanning 15 years running various growth operations incorporating both organic and acquisition strategies.
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