The Employee Engagement Summit 2016 on 10th of March, at Kensington Close Hotel, London will provide you will valuable advice and answers from leading professionals and experts and will feature best practice case studies and strategies aiming at embedding cost effective and proven engagement initiatives to boost employee engagement.
The engagement summit will feature a presentation from Gallup, managing consultant Chloe Strauss on reworking performance management for the modern workplace. Her session will be examining new Gallup research and to shed light on alternative approaches for managers to drive real performance gains.
Chloe is responsible for leading client account teams in driving change to positively affect business performance at client organisations and is currently leading project teams for the UK’s largest communications infrastructure company as well as a technology company headquartered in Madrid, whose IPO was one of the biggest in Europe.
Chloe enjoys bringing data to life and providing insights to leaders and managers which shape their outlook across a broad spectrum of people strategy matters. Her expertise and experience span from who to hire and promote through to employee engagement and customer experience change management programmes. Chloe is also a passionate strengths advocate and has an infectious enthusiasm around building strength-based organisations.
This summit will help you to be inspired and learn how to:
- Develop an innovative approach to traditional employee engagement methods
- Use engagement strategies to keep your top talent
- Look for affordable employee benefits
- Make your organisation irresistible to work for and hard to leave
- Use social networking to boost engagement and collaboration among employees
- Embed the simple coaching techniques to build up an active engagement
- Be prepared for new trends in employee engagement
This event is perfect for HR professionals such as directors of employee engagement, relations, employee benefit managers, heads of internal communications, rewards and recognition and also organisational development managers.