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EFS Radio Podcast

November 2019

Radio Show #324: Should Employee Experience Replace Employee Engagement?

25 November |5:30 pm - 6:00 pm GMT
Emma bridger

Special Guest: Emma Bridger, Managing Director, People Lab Employee experience has fast become a top priority for organisations (2019 HR Executive Priorities, Gartner). Some commentators are even asking if it should replace employee engagement? We believe the answer to this question is no! Quite simply if we get the employee experience right, employees are more likely to be engaged. We need to consider both employee experience and engagement to develop workplaces that people want to join and contribute their best…

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December 2019

Radio Show #325: Engaging parents at work – a Shift from ‘Women and Mums’ to ‘Parents and Families’

2 December |5:30 pm - 6:00 pm GMT
Alison Green

Special Guest: Alison Green, Executive Coach, WOMBA Director, SheSays Coaching Partner From the parental coaching work WOMBA are doing, they are noticing a shift in the last year or so in how organisations are approaching engaging and supporting parents. This is a critical issue as it’s having a first child when the gender pay gap starts to widen. Until recently it’s been approached as a ‘woman’ thing and they’ve been providing coaching support (practical, professional and psychological) for expectant and…

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Radio Show #328: People Transformation in a More Agile World

16 December |5:30 pm - 6:00 pm GMT
Rebecca Ulyatt

Special Guest: Rebecca Ulyatt, Partnership Director, Blue Sky Rebecca is a passionate L&D expert with a diverse and rich breadth of knowledge and 18 years’ experience in learning consultancy and sales and service environments. Her strength is in stakeholder engagement and management, and blended learning design and delivery. Her focus is to drive a solution that creates behavioral change in delegates, while delivering ROI and performance improvement against an organisation’s KPIs. Join us as we talk about how an agile,…

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April 2020

Radio Show #342: Mentoring and its Impacts on Employee Engagement.

20th April 2020 |5:30 pm - 6:00 pm BST
mentoring

Special Guest: Ed Johnson, CEO and Co-Founder, PushFar Ed is the CEO and Co-Founder of PushFar, a mentoring platform leading the way in increasing mentoring accessibility, success, and effectiveness. He founded this when he was looking for a mentor, he quickly realised he was not alone in the challenge of finding a mentor. The concept of an open network for anyone and everyone to be able to both find a mentor and be mentored by others (and in many cases…

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Radio Show #343: Using Advocates and Champions Networks to Drive Engagement with Change

27th April 2020 |5:30 pm - 6:00 pm BST
Sian Jones

Sian Jones, Head of Internal Communications/Acting Vision 2020 lead Sian has been head of internal communications at the Bank of England since April 2015. She spent most of her career working in external communications in central government, including spells at the Department of Work and Pensions, the Teacher Training Agency and the Neighbourhood Renewal Unit. She started out as a journalist before moving into press parliamentary and PR work in the voluntary sector. Outside work, Sian is a lay magistrate,…

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May 2020

Radio Show #345: How to Attract the Very Best People into your Organisation

18th May 2020 |5:30 pm - 6:00 pm BST
angela lauria

Special Guest: Dr. Angela E. Lauria, Founder, The Author Incubator™ As the founder of The Author Incubator™, Dr. Angela E. Lauria has helped over 1,000 authors-in transformation write, publish, and promote their books. Angela is the author of Make ‘Em Beg To Work For You, Make ‘Em Beg to Be Your Client, Make ‘Em Beg to Publish Your Book, The Incubated Author, and The Difference. She has a B.A. and an M.A. in Journalism and Media Affairs from The George…

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