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‘The A-Z to Better Wellbeing’ – Civil Service Wellbeing Toolkit
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This toolkit was devised by a cross-government team as part of the Civil Service Local Junior Leaders Academy (East, South East and London). Their aim is to support the vision to be ‘A Brilliant Civil Service’, making it a great place to work with a commitment to health and wellbeing. So, whilst it is not […]

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In today’s fast paced, ever changing working environment employees are under increasing pressure to deliver more, often with less resources. This pressure can lead to progressive disengagement and ultimately stress, with employees demotivated, making mistakes and burning out, which is a loss to any business.  The purpose of this questionnaire is to look at where […]

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This toolkit provides an introduction to the role of engagement champions and their use within organisations to drive employee engagement and improve the employee experience. In this document, we will highlight the role of the champion, how to select them and ways in which champions can drive change throughout your organisation. We also share some […]

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A key pressure facing many organisations is communicating with and engaging a remote workforce. We have an ever increasing number of remote, regional, hard to reach workers in our organisations who require new communication channels and approaches in order to be engaged. This toolkit aims to share best practice and learning, to highlight the most […]

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Not for Profit Toolkit
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The Not for Profit Thought and Action Group, chaired by Martyn Dicker, has been exploring employee engagement in the sector for three years and have produced a not-for-profit sector employee engagement toolkit. The toolkit shares the findings of research involving over 40 organisations exploring engagement beyond the mission of the organisation, along with best practice […]

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A C Suite Guide to Corporate Social Media or Enterprise Social Networks
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The C suite guide is intended for the C suite and its internal and external advisors. The aim is to provide an accessible picture of corporate social media with cases to illustrate how other organisations are using it to enable change, generate and deliver strategy, refresh corporate cultures and support individual and collective performance. The [...]
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In my experience most organisations have a chronic communication problem. More specifically they have a communication problem with their non-managerial staff. Let me elaborate with couple of examples: I somehow lose my intellect when I don’t have the word manager in my job title The managers do the thinking and deciding even though they have […]

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Time is the scarcest of resources. No matter what we do, we have a limited amount of it. In business we have to make the best of our time. But we still need to use some of that precious time to improve worker’s engagement, motivation and well being. As Tim Wright points out, a lot […]

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If you didn’t plan to get into management, yet suddenly you’ve found yourself in charge of a team, you’re not alone. Recent CMI (Chartered Management Institute) research has shown that 68% of UK managers categorise themselves as so-called, ‘accidental’ managers. If this sounds like you, here are eight simple tips that will help you get […]

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Getting employee engagement right is not just an art; it’s also a science. When dealing with the complexities of human nature, we can’t underestimate the importance of the nuanced workings of our brain. Countless research studies, models and frameworks have emphasized that. With so much at stake, leaders would be well-served to utilize every tool […]

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