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Organisational Coaching Culture and People Productivity
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Are you interested in helping people and organisations thrive?
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We are a UK-wide social movement with a proud 10-year history of inspiring people and workplaces to thrive through the influential report ‘Engaging for Success: enhancing performance through employee engagement’ published in 2009 by our movement’s founders David MacLeod and Nita Clarke. Engage for Success has recently restructured and we are now looking for volunteers […]

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How’s your organisation’s trust fund?
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Reinforcing employee trust in the wake of COVID-19 is so urgent, companies can’t afford not to take it seriously. Josh Bersin Trust is the fundamental bedrock that binds us together as humans, our relationships, our actions, our expectations of others. If trust is important in the good times, it becomes utterly essential in the bad. […]

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Why It’s More Important Than Ever to Get Engagement During a Time of Redundancy
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When redundancies are in the air, it’s natural for every conversation, both official and informal, to centre around those being made redundant. “Who is it going to be?” “I’m not sure they made the right choice there. ” “I’m ok now but does that mean I could be at risk if there’s a next round.” […]

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Stay Alert! Five Ways to Ensure you Remain an Engaging Manager through Covid and Beyond
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Findings about employee experiences of leadership through the Covid pandemic aren’t great news for national engagement levels. For example, a survey of 16,000 workers by Hays recruitment found that nearly half (43%) of respondees felt their leaders needed to improve communication, and a third said they have contact with their manager less than once a […]

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Improving Productivity with the Brain in Mind
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#PeopleProductivity@Engage for Success, 15th July 2020 Dr Ann Terry, Engaging Solutions Two things that are challenging most organisations today are the sense of overwhelm and uncertainty about the future.  Both of which are challenging and toxic to the performance of our brain at work. This is at a time when we most need our teams […]

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Engaging Leadership – for a world turned upside-down
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Unless you live in a cave somewhere, or maybe on that small 10 acres of the earth’s surface unaffected by the pandemic, you’ll be very aware that everything’s gone a bit…well… floopy. You might remember that was Phoebe Buffay’s excellent adjective in Friends for having no plan and nothing figured out.  I reckon we’re all […]

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How Has the Pandemic Affected Engagement?
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Has it changed how people are engaged…. with their role, their leaders and their organisation? After several months apart, working from home, communicating online, uncertain about the future and a time of anxiety and concern… where are we? We know this has all had a huge impact on people’s attitudes, priorities, mental health, commitment to […]

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