What one change would you make to improve employee engagement?

What’s the one change you’d make to workplaces to drive employee engagement?

We don’t know about you, but we’re still buzzing from our People at the Heart of Business conference. To build on the momentum and enthusiasm from the day, we asked our keynote speakers to send us a short video clip which outlines just one change each of them would make in our workplaces to improve engagement.

Over the coming weeks and months, we will be uploading these onto the website where you’ll be able to watch and gain inspiration.

Matthew Taylor (1 minute 17 seconds)

“Representation and rights to information and consultation is the bedrock for engagement”

Dame Carol Black (38 seconds)

“Why do we think [managers] will naturally be capable of managing people?”

Neil Carberry (35 seconds)

“Listening and talking to our staff more will be transformational”

David MacLeod (1 minute 19 seconds)

“I would ban the term ‘human resources’”

Peter Cheese (1 minute 21 seconds)

“The glue of the organisation is the managers”

Faran Johnson (44 seconds)

“Allow employee and workforce voices to truly shine through”

Your comments and ideas

What do you think? Let us know what one change you would make by sending us a tweet @Engage4Success or email info@engageforsuccess.org – we will publish our favourites on this page and share in our newsletter (sign up now!).