Managing For Sustainable Employee Engagement – Developing A Behavioural Framework

Managing For Sustainable Employee Engagement – Developing A Behavioural Framework

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The purpose of the “Managing For Sustainable Employee Engagement – Developing A Behavioural Framework” was to develop a framework of the competencies needed for managing for sustainable employee engagement. This was achieved by combining two previously developed management competency frameworks, one for enhancing employee engagement and another for preventing and reducing stress at work (MCPARS).

You may also wish to view  the following articles listed below:

Managing For Sustainable Employee Engagement – Guidance For Employers And Managers

Management Competencies For Enhancing Employee Engagement

For further details about the research or Affinity Health at Work, please contact Rachel Lewis: rachel@affinityhealthatwork.com or Emma Donaldson-Feilder: emma@affinityhealthatwork.com

These resources were written by Rachel Lewis, Emma Donaldson-Feilder and Taslim Tharani of Affinity Health at Work (Rachel Lewis is also a lecturer at Kingston Business School). Affinity Health at Work is a specialist consultancy offering research and consultancy solutions to improve workplace health and well-being.

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