12th November 2012

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by: designers-i

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Categories: Engage for Success Blog

Engage for Success Breakfast Summit

Leaders from private, public and third sector organisations came together at the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) in London today to launch the latest evidence about the effectiveness of employee engagement, presented by the nationwide ‘Engage for Success’ task force.

In the breakfast summit organised by the ‘Engage for Success’ movement, they pledged to continue their support for improving employee engagement and exchanged ideas on how to better engage employees in their organisations.

The high-level task force made up of the UK’s most recognisable organisations is calling for every leader and manager across the economy to play their part in tackling the UK’s employee engagement deficit.

L TO R: Mark Elborne, CEO, North Europe GE; Ronan Dunne, CEO O2; Tanith Dodge, HR Director, Marks & Spencer; Sir Win Bischoff, Chairman Lloyds Banking Group; Nick Creswell, VP, Technology Thomson Reuters; Andy Harrison, CEO Whitbread; Frances O’Grady TUC; Martin Donnelly, BIS Permanent Secretary; Neil Bentley Deputy Director General CBI; Ian Powell Chairman and Senior Partner PwC; Rob Devey CEO UK & Europe Prudential; Ian King CEO BAE Systems; Richard Baker Chairman Virgin Active; Barbara Frost CEO Water Aid; Peter Cheese CEO CIPD; Bernadette Malone CEO Perth and Kinross council; Marc Bolland CEO Marks & Spencer; Justin King CEO Sainsbury’s; Eric Collins Managing Director Nampak; Steve Mogford CEO United Utilities; David Evans Chairman and CEO Grass Roots Group; Nita Clarke and David MacLeod, Co-Chairs of the Task Force