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‘Engage for Success Blog’ Category

Stay Focused!
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A few in my network have commented that much of what I talk about isn’t new – it’s what many of us know already and what lots of us aspire to. Absolutely!! I make no apology for not always jumping on the bandwagon of organisational innovations or new theories and I would ask that others […]

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How to Manage Hotel Staff During a Crisis
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Having great leadership is always important to build team engagement, but it plays an even bigger role during a crisis. This may sound straightforward, but especially when you are navigating uncertain times, it can feel challenging. To help you show true leadership now, three experts in the hospitality, learning and employee development fields share their […]

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Recycle Your Employee Newsletter to Increase Return on Investment
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A great internal comms team is optimized to get the most out of every single piece of content it creates. There’s no need to reinvent the wheel for every communications channel you manage. The best thing you can do to increase the return on investment of your employee newsletter is to re-use the content across […]

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Five Reasons Using a Rewards Progamme Increases Employee Wellness
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Did you know that recent studies suggest that only 52% of employees are satisfied with the recognition they receive for doing their job? Employee engagement is crucial to a successful business. Help your business grow by increasing satisfaction and wellness in your employees with a rewards program. Don’t give the thought that rewarding your employees […]

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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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The Importance Of Employee Engagement During Periods Of Change
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If a business wants to maintain its edge over competitors, its owners need to consider all the ways in which they must evolve to keep meeting the needs of their stakeholders. This could relate to the products and services on offer, the technology being used, their company culture, or something else. This continuous evolution might […]

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Healthy Leaders – Part of the Engagement Solution?
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In recent years, I have been acting as a mentor/consultant with SMEs on the employee engagement agenda to enable them to improve their business in any number of ways. The model of engagement I selected was the one developed in the North West and used very successfully at Leyland Trucks and Runshaw College. Since then […]

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Innovative Skills You Can Learn At Home
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The way we work is always changing, for better or worse – it’s the by-product of constant technological advancements. According to a recent study by the McKinsey Global Institute, nearly 50% of current jobs may be automated in the future and may not exist as we know it now. The writing is on the wall: […]

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The Bigger Picture Of Engaging Teams During Lockdown
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Over the past eight years, I’ve had the privilege of the working with the team at Quolux in Cheltenham, playing a small part in delivering the employee engagement element of their hugely successful lead programme. Having been involved in the subject from an operational management point of view for over forty years, I thought I […]

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