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Born from around 1980 – 2000, between the launch of the Walkman and the founding of Google, Generation Y (or Millennials) is the largest generation of youth in history. They are almost three times as big as Generation X before them. They’re the instant information, instant gratification generation with the world literally at their fingertips.  […]

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‘Employee engagement is all very well but you won’t change the culture’ That’s pretty much what Glenn Tunstall, Chief Superintendent of Kingston upon Thames borough was told when he took responsibility for 450 police men and women. Always up for a challenge Glenn was determined to change the ‘trendy to be negative’ cynicism and negativity […]

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Special Guest: Hilary Scarlett of Scarlett Associates Still trying to persuade senior colleagues that employee engagement can make a real impact on performance and productivity? Neuroscience helps us understand what enables our brains to perform at their best and provides a scientific lens through which to see engagement. It is proving very persuasive with even […]

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The Global Workforce Study identifies the drivers of engagement through the eyes of employees at midsize to large organisations worldwide. The study is designed to provide a road map for organisations and their leaders in shaping the work environment, practices and programs that will bring in the right talent, retain that talent and, most critically, […]

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If you’d prefer to listen to these tips then please scroll to the bottom of the page.   20 practical hints and tips on how to create and communicate your strategic narrative. Topics include involving employees in your strategic narrative, communicating your strategic narrative and tailoring your strategic narrative. 1. Benefits of employee engagement Employee […]

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In large organisations, organisational and leadership development interventions are often different; communicated through un-inspiring powerpoint presentations to translate the key messages, leaving individual leaders cynical.  Strategic narrative which is agreed and implemented by the senior management team can add several benefits: allowing co-creation as a group, the team can overcome any negativity and/or misinterpretation attached […]

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A concise guide provided by theStorytellers that structures the key points which should be considered for companies wishing to develop a storytelling strategic narrative: what not to forget and why.   1: How do you develop a strategic narrative? – Through co-creation Leaders are far more likely to co-own the narrative if they have had […]

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