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The Impact of Leadership Style & Approach on Engagement

We are now a decade on from the publication of the original MacLeod Report to Government. There have been several Governments across those years and some seismic events, such as referendums on Scottish Independence and UK membership of the EU. Technology has progressed, society has shifted, sabres have been rattled across the globe. If a […]

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Special Guest: Emma Dixon, People & Performance Manager, UK and Scandinavia, Formica Group What is the role of HR in leading and delivering massive change programmes? How can you balance this with maintaining ‘business as usual’? Emma Dixon shares the experiences, lessons and challenges of doing exactly this in the face of a business sale […]

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Special Guest: DeeDee Bennett, Director, Human Resources / Global HR Business Partner – PayPal The key to true employee engagement relies on Leadership 1st. This trumps all HR Culture Initiatives, company perks, etc… Join us as we discuss how without strong people leadership that inspires teams, builds absolute trust, provides meaningful delegated work (rather than […]

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Special Guest: Sian Jones, Head of Internal Communications, Bank of England Sian has been Head of Internal Communications at the Bank of England for just over three years. Prior to that, she worked in a variety of internal and external communications roles in central Government and the voluntary sector. She juggles full time work with […]

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Having a strong workplace identity and culture can sometimes sound like just a fancy new buzzword for business and industry. But in reality, a great workplace culture is key to running a successful organisation. It inspires loyalty, builds your brand, and keeps your employees engaged and motivated. Here are a few tips on how to […]

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A study conducted by LEO, where over 1,000 London commuters were asked to share their thoughts on cycling to work showed that cycling to work can set you up for a good day in the office. According to the study, cyclists are 20 per cent more likely to find their commute to be acceptable compared […]

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