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2 June |3:00 pm - 5:00 pm BST£235.00
About this Event
Join us for the Engagement Reset
COVID-19 has forced a sudden shift in the way we work. The impact of COVID-19 is already being felt, but once the immediate physical health emergency has passed, there will be a longer-term challenge to which organisations will need to rise. As we move from lockdown to the new normal, the way organisations plan, prepare and respond will make all the difference to their engagement and subsequent performance. There has never been a more critical time for organisations to adapt and renew their approach to employee engagement.
Introducing the Engagement Reset
Now is the time to rethink your employee engagement strategy and approach. Our Employee Engagement Reset workshop will give you the practical tools, insight and inspiration to do it.
As the pandemic continues to play out, it is clear that a transactional approach to employee engagement is no longer fit for purpose. Now is the time to adopt a more transformational approach – an approach that is both agile and human-centred. An approach that will help you navigate the challenges of today and the coming months as we shift from adapt to renew.
Join us for a two-hour Engagement Reset Workshop, where we’ll take you through the steps needed to move to transformational engagement. We’ll share practical tools drawn from design thinking methodology to help you to reset your engagement in a way that’s right for your people and your organisation. It’s a practical, applied virtual workshop that is guaranteed to give you the tools you need for the reset and beyond.
What we’ll cover
- The current engagement context, exploring challenges and opportunities
- What is the business need and how can engagement help deliver this?
- How do you do it? A look at the psychology of engagement and transformational engagement
- The role of the engagement enablers and how we can use them
- Taking a people-centred approach to engagement – understanding what your people need to be engaged
- Coming up with your Reset Engagement Plan and the tools to help
When and where:
Tuesday 2nd June, 15:00-17:00 (BST) – hosted on Zoom (you’ll get sent the dial in details from eventbrite once you’ve signed up).
Who is this workshop for?
Anyone who has some responsibility for designing and delivering employee engagement, including employee voice and listening programmes.
Emma Bridger, a positive psychologist and the UK’s leading trainer, adviser and author on employee experience and engagement.
Belinda Gannaway, strategy director from experience design agency FathomXP, ORSC team and systems coach and design thinking practitioner.
Download our the Engagement Reset Brochure here.
What’s the deal?
Join our virtual Engagement Reset for £235 per person (excl VAT).
Great for individuals and even better for teams – we’re also offering 20% discount for two or more places, as well as voluntary organisations and not-for-profits – email firstname.lastname@example.org for your unique discount code.
We recognise that many businesses are facing a tough time. If your business or voluntary organisation cannot support you in joining our workshop or (and we really hope this isn’t the case) you are currently out of work, please contact email@example.com directly. We would like to support our community.
What people say about our workshops
“It’s really important that we attract and retain great people. We took part in the workshop as a team and it was great to spend time thinking and planning the experience we want our people to have. The content resonated, the insight was powerful and the learnings were actionable.”
Mark Peters, Fuller, Smith & Turner PLC
“People Lab’s series of Wellbeing lunches have become one part of my lockdown week that I really look forward to. The informal, but thought-provoking style is pitched just right for a lunchtime intervention and the content has been spot on, both in providing sustenance to me as a practitioner and speaking into the working environment I’m part of.”
Andrew McIlwaine, Ministry of Justice