10 years ago the MacLeod Report highlighted the four enablers of employee engagement that underpinned thriving and productive work environments. One of those enablers was the need to give employees a voice within the business, so that they feel listened to, valued and able to contribute to its success.
Recently we held an event as follows (video below!):
Hear from Nita Clarke (co-author of the MacLeod Report and co-founder of Engage for Success) on the 10 year journey of Engage for Success and why employee engagement is more important now than ever. Amber Kelly talks about the Four Enablers to engagement and why they are still relevant.
Then listen to David MacLeod OBE (co-author of the MacLeod Report and co-founder of Engage for Success) interview Joe Wiggins (International Director of Communications) from Glassdoor about the power of employee voice and the best places to work.
Followed by Sarah Pass asking David and Joe questions from the audience.
Listen to Andy Goram interview a panel of business leaders from Serco, Sky Betting and Gaming, and NHS Essex Partnership University Trust on the key issues in employee voice in their organisations.
Hosted by EFS East Midlands Area Network and Nottingham Trent University, the event is a great opportunity to learn about the importance of employee voice and how organisations are creating engaging, productive and thriving workplaces.
Presenters and Panel Members:
Nita Clarke OBE, Co-founder, Engage for Success and Director of the IPA
David MacLeod OBE, Co-founder, Engage for Success
Joe Wiggins, International Director of Communications, Glassdoor
Clive Smart (Head of Talent and Acquisitions) and Caroline Cuthbertson (Digital Marketing Manager, Talent Attraction & Engagement), Sky Betting and Gaming
Rebecca Jeffs, Colleague Experience Director, Serco Plc
Sean Leahy, Executive Director of People and Culture, NHS Essex Partnership University TrustHosts:
Amber Kelly, Founder, Employees First Ltd
Andy Goram, Founder, Bizjuicer
Sarah Pass, Senior Lecturer at Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University