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In a vast workforce, there’s a seam of people that hold the key to unlocking mass engagement (happy and productive people) within your business. Senior managers (those at the top who sit at very big tables) of a disengaged company, will see productivity slip and a higher level of staff turnover happen. They’ll push their […]

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If you have Millennials working for your company, you already know how unique they are when it comes to how they interact in the workplace. As Baby boomers continue to retire in large numbers every year, Millennials are steadily becoming a greater part of the workforce and you’ll want to be prepared to engage them […]

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In the latest of our occasional updates, Engagement Matters #6, about what’s going on in the movement we have news on: The appointment of our Exec Director, Cathy Brown our new secondees – Mez Fokeer, Karen Donachie and Richard Mortimer Updates on our Not for Profit, Wellbeing and Social Media and Digital Engagement sub groups […]

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Hello Engage for Success! We’ve known each other for a while, but the nature of our relationship has just changed… I’m Cathy Brown, the new Exec Director for EFS. I want to introduce myself & share with you some of my thoughts on the future of the movement. I have been involved with EFS since […]

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Press Release Engage for Success, the not-for-profit movement led by David MacLeod and Nita Clarke is delighted to announce it has appointed Cathy Brown as its Executive Director. Engage for Success is committed to raising the profile of employee engagement and shining a light on good practice. The movement is supported by organisations across the […]

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We’ve published our next Engagement Matters Newsletter. As ever there is lots going on… We have an Open Evening coming up on 10 December, where you can find out more about the movement, what we do and how you can get involved. Read the newsletter for more details or just go register here! We have […]

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Here are updates from some of our Sub Groups as at the beginning of November 2014. The Sub Groups have spearheaded work into key challenges: how do you maintain engagement when taking difficult decisions such as making redundancies; how should higher levels of engagement be harnessed to enable higher levels of innovation; what are the […]

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We’re back with the fourth edition of Engagement Matters, our regular newsletter. It’s been a busy couple of months seeing our Wellness Sub Group launching their findings, our Cross Cultures Sub Group ran an inspirational event titled ‘Engage the World’, our Special Interest Group on The Future of Engagement shared a wide and varied set […]

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