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About the Movement
We are a growing, dynamic, voluntary movement promoting employee engagement as a better way to work that benefits individual employees, teams, and whole organisations, inspiring people and workplaces to thrive.
We want everyone working in the UK to want, and be able, to give their best each day, so that each day is a great day at work, and that workplaces in the UK are thriving, growing and developing through the commitment, energy, and creativity of the people that work in them.
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I attended EFS's first annual conference back in 2012, and was lucky enough to go on secondment with them from the public sector for 18 months as Community Director. It's important to me to work for a purpose you believe in, and in doing so crossing paths with inspiring volunteers along the way that have inspired me to do more to help people and workplaces to thrive.
Anne Wilsdon, TAG Steering Group
I had dipped into the EFS evidence bucket before I joined to help build a business case at the University and I now have the genuine privilege through our social and comms channels to help others across the UK build their business case to create a workplace where everyone thrives.
Jess Young, Comms Hub Co-Lead
I have been involved in Engage for Success for over 9 years, initially as a member of the Guru group before joining the Board in 2012. The movement has put the topic of Employee Engagement firmly on the map, shining a light on best practice and raising the profile of employee engagement around the world. It’s been a privilege to be involved. Here’s to the next 10 years!
Francis Goss, Director, Organisational Wellbeing Consulting, Gallagher
Before joining, I attended EFS events and found them inspiring with great networking opportunities. Since, I’ve had the opportunity to do research with amazing companies and establish a regional network in my area. It’s been fantastic to share thoughts and ideas on engagement with practitioners, academics and leading experts.
Dr. Sarah Pass, NBS
The evidence that engaged employees lead to better organisational outcomes and higher levels of well-being is widely recognised as overwhelming. It is now time to take this message to all organisations; large and small, public and private, for-profit and not-for-profit, so together we can create successful economies able to offer terrific public services and truly satisfying jobs.
It has been an absolute privilege and pleasure to lead the work that led to the original Engage for Success report to government and it is so inspiring to see how together we have created a movement which has had such a positive impact for so many people and organisations.