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Radio Show #330: The value of understanding our strengths
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Special Guests: Michele Deeks and Martin Galpin, Founders of Work Positive. Martin Galpin and Michele Deeks, founders of Work Positive and creators of the At My Best products, are on a mission to help all of us become more engaged in our work by focusing on our strengths. All too often, we spend inordinate amounts […]

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Radio Show #329: ‘Smarter working’ and its impact on employee engagement.
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Special Guests: Charlotte Cherry and Alix Ainsley, Directors of Talent & Culture at Quilter plc. Employee engagement is a critical lever to organisations, unlocking potential and increasing productivity. Smarter working can generate higher engagement and organisational loyalty. Job sharing as a form of smarter working is an undervalued working arrangement which can have significant benefits […]

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Radio Show #328: ‘Levers’ for Increasing Employee Engagement
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Special Guest: David Nielson, Author of The 9 Dimensions of Conscious Success There are two important frames of reference to consider in the arena of Employee Engagement; 1) The maximum job satisfaction of the employee, and 2) The employee’s maximum contribution to the company. The research is clear that employee engagement continues to be a […]

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Radio Show #327:Take your People and your SME on a Journey to Sustainable Growth
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Special Guest: Roxy Erickson, Director, Sunbeam Studios Sunbeam Studios is one of the top five photo studios in London. Regular clients include Rihanna, Stella McCartney, Vogue, Victoria Beckham and Tatler. Sustainable business growth isn’t easy in a small business. This week we’re joined by Roxy Erickson, Captain of Sunbeam Studios, to learn how she did […]

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Radio Show #326: How to Build Better Employee Experience Solutions
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Special Guest: Marcela Alvarado, Digital Communications Manager, Arla Foods Creating solutions that enhance the employee experience requires that you have a very good understanding of the needs and behaviours of those for whom the solution is intended. This is why Arla Foods set out to define its own internal users and developed a framework that […]

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Radio Show #325: Engaging parents at work – a Shift from ‘Women and Mums’
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Special Guest: Alison Green, Executive Coach, WOMBA Director, SheSays Coaching Partner From the parental coaching work WOMBA are doing, they are noticing a shift in the last year or so in how organisations are approaching engaging and supporting parents. This is a critical issue as it’s having a first child when the gender pay gap […]

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Radio Show #324: Should Employee Experience Replace Employee Engagement?
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Special Guest: Emma Bridger, Managing Director, People Lab Employee experience has fast become a top priority for organisations (2019 HR Executive Priorities, Gartner). Some commentators are even asking if it should replace employee engagement? We believe the answer to this question is no! Quite simply if we get the employee experience right, employees are more […]

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Radio Show #323: Volunteering with Engage for Success in Our New Hubs
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Special Guests: Jo Dodds & Jo Moffatt, co-Strategy Directors, Engage for Success Join us as we talk about how you can get involved volunteering with Engage for Success in our newly formed Hubs. What are they? How do they work? Why do we need them? How can you get involved? Jo and Jo, co-hosts of […]

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Radio Show #322: The Psychology of Engagement, Lesson 101
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Special Guest: Scott Gould, Engagement author and consultant After years of consulting, reading stacks of journals, and creating his own assessment tool, Scott will be taking us back to the basic fundamental principles of psychology that drive this thing we call engagement. Scott is a management consultant specialising in stakeholder engagement, an area he has […]

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Radio Show #321 Internal Comms – Keeping it Simple but Effective
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Special Guest: Linda McGee, Internal Communications Manager, Carlsberg Group In Internal Comms we’re always being pulled between high-level strategic thinking and proper ‘roll-up-your-sleeves-and-get-it-done’ work – sometimes dozens of times a day. You might be dealing with the CEO one minute, and creating communications plans for projects the next. You’re working on organising the AGM, and […]

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