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Ensuring we achieve what we set out to and that our work contributes to Department objectives makes evaluation of what we do and the effectiveness of our work indispensable to us as the Internal Communications team in BIS. The main objectives of our Internal Communications strategy sit under four communications themes: communicating the Department’s vision […]

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Introduction The Engage for Success research by David MacLeod and Nita Clarke 2009 cite creating a clear and compelling narrative as one of the main enablers of staff engagement. The Towers Perrin 2013-14 Change and Communication ROI study demonstrates a clear correlation between effective internal communications and business performance. The challenge of creating highly engaged […]

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The Northern Ireland Civil Service (NICS) employs 26,000 people and is one of the largest employers in Northern Ireland. There are thirteen government departments with staff working in a wide range of areas across the many different aspects of government that touch on everyone’s day to day lives, with many providing direct services to the […]

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 The following case study was provided as part of the evidence for the effectiveness of employee engagement strategies in improving performance, productivity and, in the private sector profitability.  It has been used cumulatively with other submissions compiled by many leading companies and organisations to leave little room for doubt about the statistical importance of engaging employees. This particular case […]

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  The following case study was provided as part of the evidence for the effectiveness of employee engagement strategies in improving performance, productivity and, in the private sector profitability.  It has been used cumulatively with other submissions compiled by many leading companies and organisations to leave little room for doubt about the statistical importance of engaging employees. This particular […]

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Inspired by the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games the Department of Health tells how they worked to encourage and support the health and wellbeing of their colleagues and what they have achieved as a result. Background The Department of Health wanted to use the Olympics as an opportunity for encouraging and supporting their own employees and […]

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Case Study: Collaboration – Transcending Institutional Barriers (DoH (1))
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Overview The following is an example of how the Department of Health: Established an effective joint working arrangement that brought together colleagues from multiple teams, departments and other  external organisations Clearly identified and communicated the benefits of a collaborative approach to all involved Delivered improved, coordinated and efficient services to their employees. Background The organisational benefits […]

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As part of the Ministry of Justice ‘Transforming Justice’ programme, the Court Funds Office had to respond with a downsizing and modernisation programme. There were three key overriding business objectives: to maintain operational performance, achieve a safe transfer of the service and look after the staff, as relocation to Glasgow from London was imminent. Together […]

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Employee Engagement at The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA). This case study details the challenges of major organisation change in response to both an Employee Engagement survey and pending business change including TUPE, technology process re-engineering and an increase in volume of work. It details how the Senior Management Team responded and their commitment in […]

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