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3P - Peak Performance Partnership Ltd
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Employee Engagement Awards
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24apr5:30 pm- 6:00 pmRadio Show #203: Women in leadership: Five Ways to Develop a Gender Equality StrategyJoin us as we share what you can do to help promote and retain women leaders within your organisation, along with five steps you can take to get closer to your leadership and gender equality strategy goals.5:30 pm - 6:00 pm GMT Event Organized By: EFS Radio Podcast
Special Guest: Anisa Kurti and McVal
Special Guest: Anisa Kurti and McVal Osborne of ORC International
Women make up half of the world’s population, yet only contribute 37% to the global GDP. According to a recent study conducted by McKinsey & Company, shifts to gender equality in the workplace could feasibly increase the global GDP by $12 trillion in the next 10 years.
When it comes to women in leadership, the benefits of increasing gender equality at senior levels are clear. Numerous studies show that companies which maintain a high level of female representation at board level significantly outperform those with only male board directors. But there are many challenges related to how to best grow the number of women in leadership roles, and whilst progress is being made, it’s slow.
We’ve undertaken an extensive study into today’s world of women in leadership. Join us as we share what you can do to help promote and retain women leaders within your organisation, along with five steps you can take to get closer to your leadership and gender equality strategy goals.
Listen live here (archive available)
(Monday) 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
EFS Radio Podcastjo@engageforsuccess.org
25apr - 27apr 251:00 amapr 27Engaging Managers - The Power of 95Making the link between people and productivity1:00 am - 11:55 pm (27) 5th Avenue Business Park, TVTE, Gateshead, NE11 0NG3P, Boston HouseEvent Organized By: 3P - Peak Performance Partnership Ltd
Improve employee engagement by developing
Improve employee engagement by developing your front-line managers.
The crucial role of the front-line manager, which normally represents about 5% of your entire workforce, can have a significant influence on the levels of engagement on the other 95%. 3Ps Engaging Manager programme will develop the front-line manager and key influencers to:
- CONTROL PERSONAL EMOTIONS, EFFECTIVELY MANAGE, INFLUENCE & ENGAGE OTHERS to achieve business objectives.
- Learn the importance of the 4 key drivers of engagement: TRUST, RECOGNITION, COMMUNICATION & GROWTH.
- On completion of the programme each delegate will leave with a PERSONALISED DEVELOPMENT PLAN on how to become a truly ‘Engaging Manager’.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
CURRENT FRONT-LINE MANAGERS & TEAM LEADERS
Looking to develop behavioural competencies required to improve performance in their current position with a view to moving up to the next level
NEW FRONT-LINE MANAGERS & TEAM LEADERS
Recently promoted, requiring personal development to succeed within the new role and cope with the additional level of responsibility
POTENTIAL FRONT-LINE MANAGERS & TEAM LEADERS
Those identified from your talent pool who may have potential for the next level but will require development to make that important step up
Find out more here.
25 (Tuesday) 1:00 am - 27 (Thursday) 11:55 pm
3P, Boston House
5th Avenue Business Park, TVTE, Gateshead, NE11 0NG
3P - Peak Performance Partnership Ltd0191 4872797
A one-day interactive workshop is
A one-day interactive workshop is very relevant and highly topical for all employees but may be of particular interest for those with people management responsibilities.
You will have the opportunity to attend the following sessions:
- What does the Mindful Employer look like?
- Sustaining Employee Engagement and Performance
- Practical Tips and Tools for Workplace Resilience
- Psychological Contracting
- Sharing Personal Experiences
- Introduction to Mental Health First Aid
By attending this event you will gain an appreciation of the link between wellbeing and organisational outcomes as well as a range of practical tools and guidance on how to recognise and manage health and wellbeing challenges within teams.
Our facilitators & speakers include:-
- Trudy Grant, Director of Public Health – Somerset County Council
- David Crossman – Engage for Success
- Kim Hewett –-The Mindful Employer
- Neil White – Head of OD, Dartmoor National Park Authority
- Nadine Robson – Learning and Development Professional
Member Organisations: £99
Non-Member Organisations: £150
(Tuesday) 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Holiday Inn Taunton
Deane Gate Avenue, Taunton TA1 2UA (J25 of the M5)
South West CouncilsDennett House, 11 Middle Street, Taunton, Somerset TA1 1SH www.swcouncils.gov.uk T: 01823 270101 F: 01823 425200 firstname.lastname@example.org
We all want our people
We all want our people to feel inspired and enabled to perform at their best at work. Our surveys tell us where we need to focus, but it is only through taking action that we can drive change. So why do only 49% of employees believe that surveys lead to action? What more do we need to do to create culture of action?
Join us for our first networking event of 2017 where we will be focusing on how we can embed engagement through driving action.
The session will be informal and interactive, while also providing a good opportunity to network with like-minded peers. While the focus will be on an area that many organisations struggle with – creating a culture of action – we will also be discussing how this relates to best in class employee engagement programmes and how this could be applied to your organisation’s unique needs.
Why else should you attend?
- Hear our latest thinking on how to create a culture of action
- Share tips relating to best in class and sustainable action planning from some of the UK’s most innovative organisations
- Pick the brains of our engagement experts on any challenges/issues you may be facing
- A chance to network with likeminded peers
Taking place at our London office (186 City Road, London, EC1V 2NT) on 26th April between 09:30am and 12:30pm, our experts will facilitate discussion and be on hand to talk about your challenges and offer valuable best practice tips on any engagement issues you may have.
(Wednesday) 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
186 City Road, EC1V 2NT
We are continually hearing in
We are continually hearing in the press and from the government that there is a significant gap in the UK’s productivity when compared to other G7 economies, and indeed even regional variations across the UK. Personal Group have always been curious about the connection between happy and engaged employees and their influence on productivity. This interest led us to conduct 10 interviews with CEO’s and senior leaders across the country, to get their views on whether there is a strong link between engagement and productivity. The result of this activity is our special report ‘The business of engagement – improving productivity through people”. We will be presenting the findings of this report at the seminar.
We have also secured some truly insightful and thought provoking speakers to discuss engagement, productivity and the journey to improving both.
We hope you can join us please contact Kerry.email@example.com to secure your FREE place.
(Thursday) 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Mills and Reeve
1 New York Street, Manchester, M1 4AD
Personal GroupKerry Wrigglesworth 07528974376
27apr9:00 am- 1:00 pmMaking the Future of Work Human – The Role of Social ActionFind out about the CIPD9:00 am - 1:00 pm 18 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DPWallacespace ClerkenwellEvent Organized By: CIPD
We’re the CIPD — the
We’re the CIPD — the professional body for HR and people development. We are the voice of a worldwide community of more than 140,000 members committed to championing better work and working lives.
Join us on Thursday 27 April at a free CIPD event to find out about a new CIPD campaign for a Future of Work that is Human and help us shape and develop a movement of HR people involved in social action (volunteering and campaigning activities). The event will bring together about 100 business leaders and HR volunteers to help us scope out the activities of this movement and how we can scale this up. Turning what we currently do in terms of our volunteering programmes into a wider social action movement will mean including some campaigning activities around key themes (skills, inclusion, modern working practices) and we would like your input in shaping this!
There are a limited number of places available so please register your attendance here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/making-the-future-of-work-human-the-role-of-social-action-tickets-33247392847 by Friday 14 April.
09:00 Arrival – Tea/Coffee
09:45 Plenary: Galvanising social action for a human future
The plenary will look at how many people taking many small actions can become movement for positive change. Speakers will discuss how social action can make the world more human and turn humans into better people (professionals) and why this matters to the future of work. Participants will hear from social action leaders how they’ve created an impact for change.
10:35 Workshop Session A: Diversity is being invited to the party; inclusion is being asked to dance
Certain groups, including young people, parent returners and older jobseekers, continue to struggle to access work. Why does this continue to be the case? Has work caught up with the needs of the individual? What can HR professionals do to help change this? This session will draw on our successful Steps Ahead Mentoring programme (which helps people into work) and looks at how we can scale this up, maximise impact and what campaigning and advocacy opportunities we can develop to shift mind-sets and behaviours on both sides.
10:35 Workshop Session B: A truly human workplace in a world of technology
Technology is moving fast but our workplaces are still stuck in a world where flexible working isn’t the norm and too many people find themselves badly managed, in bad quality jobs. This session will look at all the levers that affect workplace quality. The objective is to scope volunteering, campaigning and advocacy opportunities that can help transform workplaces.
11:40 Workshop Session C: Human skills you can’t teach a robot
This session will look how we can best use social action to foster links between employers and education in order to help young people to develop the skills for the future and make the right choices so they can complement advances in technology. The session will draw on lessons from our successful Enterprise Adviser volunteering programme and aims to develop a wider campaigning role around employer engagement with education.
11:40 Workshop Session D: Doing well by doing good
This session will look at how helping others, supporting charitable causes and doing the right thing can help both individuals and businesses to do better. It will explore the idea of “Paying Forward” and how we can devise social action options to support this. It will also look as successful employee voice volunteering programmes like “Engage for Success” and how we can build on this.
12:35 Final Plenary
Final agenda is subject to change.
(Thursday) 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
18 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DP
27apr9:30 am- 12:30 pmChange - The big university challenge9:30 am - 12:30 pm 5th Floor, 701 Chester Road, Stretford, Manchester, M32 ORWORC International - ManchesterEvent Organized By: ORC International
The times they are a
The times they are a changin’
Bob Dylan said it back in 1964 and we could easily argue that times are still changing, and possibly always will be. In the world of education and Universities change is a challenge. So we want to do our bit to help, by providing a forum to explore challenges and share best practice.
We’d like to invite you to come along to a Universities collaboration event in our Manchester office. A half day event, It will provide you with the opportunity to network with colleagues from across the sector and to talk with our experts about work they’ve done to help organisations meet the challenges facing them.
As it is a collaboration event, we’d like you to be involved in the discussion we have. Please email us with thoughts on what your biggest challenge is at the moment. We’ll combine all the feedback together to help structure the session to help you get the best out of the time.
Need a bit of inspiration? Click here to see some facts and figures that we’ve drawn together from across the sector.
Not able to make it to Manchester? We are hoping to hold an event in our London office in the autumn which again will be an exclusive University sector event. Please let us know if this will be better for you.
(Thursday) 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
ORC International - Manchester
5th Floor, 701 Chester Road, Stretford, Manchester, M32 ORW