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Engaging Managers’ Zone: Additional Resources and Further Reading

PART 7: ADDITIONAL RESOURCES AND FURTHER READING


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As we mentioned back at the beginning, the purpose of the Engaging Managers’ Zone is not to give you all the answers, but to give you a place to start.

Where you go from here is up to you. Our parting advice is this: keep going, keep exploring, keep asking questions, keep challenging yourself, and keep your finger on the pulse.  Hunt, gather and equip yourself with as much of the latest thinking, knowledge and tools as you can.  Build yourself the best toolkit that you can…and use it.

To navigate through the noise, we recommend that you find yourself some steady sources of relevant, reliable news, research and commentary; sites that will bring you the best of what’s out there; sites you can keep coming back to.

In this section, we’ve listed some sites we think are worth exploring and bookmarking. We’ve also provided some examples of what they have to offer.  We’ve avoided cheap and cheerful promotional and filler content.  We’ve also steered away from pure academic content.

Instead, we’ve focused on accessible sites who provide useful content or connections.  Some of them offer limited free content only – requiring registration, subscription or membership to access more – but we think what they offer freely is worth a look.

https://engageforsuccess.org

Our thinkers and doers include practitioners, academics, researchers, consultants, service providers, representatives from membership organisations and professional bodies, all with extensive experience in the theory and practice of employee engagement. At https://engageforsuccess.org/resources you’ll find our content organised by media type; or you can look for specific content using the search field.

Examples of what’s available:

 

HR Zone

www.hrzone.com

 

HR Magazine

www.hrmagazine.co.uk

 

Personnel Today

www.personneltoday.com/hr-strategy/employee-engagement

 

Management Today

www.managementtoday.co.uk

 

Forbes

 

ACAS

www.acas.org.uk/research-and-commentary

 

Business in the Community

www.bitc.org.uk

 

Investors in People

www.investorsinpeople.com/knowledge/

 

TED Talks

www.ted.com

 

Alison

www.alison.com

Global online learning community, offering free resources to help develop workplace skills.

For example:

 

OpenLearn

www.open.edu/openlearn

Free learning from The Open University.

For example:

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