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Outcomes Through Engagement: How the Public Sector Improves Citizen Outcomes Through Employee Engagement

Introduction David MacLeod and Nita Clarke, Co-Founders of Engage for Success There is a level of capability and potential in every human being at work. Put in one situation the individual offers a small percentage of that capability and potential. Put in a better situation they offer significantly more. Potential and effort willingly offered by […]

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The wellbeing subgroup was launched in August 2013 to build on the paper “Why wellbeing matters: Sustaining Employee Engagement and Performance”. Chaired by Wendy Cartwright, former HRD for the Olympic Delivery Authority, the group sought to build upon the great work already taking place and provide a “wellbeing, nailing the evidence” document. The evidence in this […]

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Employee Engagement – The Evidence

The UK has an employee engagement deficit. Survey after survey indicates that only around one third of UK workers say they are engaged – a figure which leaves the UK ranked ninth for engagement levels amongst the world’s twelfth largest economies as ranked by GDP (Kenexa 2009). The UK also has a productivity deficit. The […]

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