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Employee Engagement Summit 2011 – Documentation


Many organisations are failing to communicate pay strategies and defining new roles and
responsibilities. It’s not surprising that large numbers of employees are feeling disconnected
with their organisations, leaving talented individuals ready to accept new opportunities as the
jobs market recovers.

By buying  Symposium Events’ 6th annual Employee Engagement Summit presentation you will be able to
read best practice case studies from a range of different companies across both public and
private organisations. Learn how they created a culture of sustainable employee engagement
through tough times. You will be able to learn from Nita Clarke who was vice-chair of the
MacLeod Review as well as case studies from Centrica, Unilever and more.



You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF).

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The “Employee Engagement Summit 2011″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Creating a Culture of Employee Engagement

Eric Collins, Managing Director
Nampak Plastics

Session 2

Engagement and Industrial Relations

Nita Clarke, Director, IPA & Vice Chair of the Macleod Review & Steven Weeks Policy Manager
NHS Employers

Session 3

Engaging the Disengaged: Key Factors for the Influencing Engagemen

Professor Katie Truss Head of Kent Business School at Medway
Kent University

Session 4

Engaging Staff during Challenging Times

Elizabeth Theobald, Employee Engagement Project Manager & Mandy Shackleton Senior Management Development Advisor
London Borough Lewisham

Session 5

Investigating the Business Value of Engagement

Lindsey Oliver, Senior Employee Engagement Manager

Session 6

Social Media and Employee Engagement

Michael Silverman Head of Employee Research

Session 7

Measuring Employee Engagement

Dilys Robinson, Principal Research Fellow