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‘Employee Voice’

Tom Morrell will welcome Kate Pritchard, Head of Engagement and Leadership at Questback for the sixth panel discussion in our Re-Inventing the Human Workplace series. Tom and Kate will explore and lead the audience into a conversation and discussion around overlaying customer experience with employee experience data and how democratising feedback relates to overall performance improvement and growth. Sounds interesting? […]

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Keeping your team in the loop with our four pillars of engagement
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The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the world for a loop. Businesses are temporarily closing their doors and asking thousands of employees to work from their in-home offices or – let’s be honest – kitchens and living rooms. What does this mean for employee engagement? How will organizations keep panic at a minimum, maintain productivity, and […]

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Show #301: The Future of Staff Feedback – Take 2
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Special Guest: Tony Latter, CEO and Co-Founder of The Happiness Index A year ago Tony came on the show to talk about his prediction of ‘The Future of Staff Feedback’. We said, half in jest, that he should come back in a year to review said predictions…and here he is! Join us as we discuss […]

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1 in 4 adults are likely to have a mental health problem in any given year, and it’s estimated that only 25% of people with a mental health problem receive treatment, leaving many people dealing with mental health issues on their own. We’ve put together 15 Simple but Effective Ways to Improve your Mental Health. […]

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Money is personal, so why aren’t most banks? First Direct often gets recognised for its customer service, and while we never take awards for granted we’re really proud to have been acknowledged over the years with multiple awards for this. There’s no secret formula for great customer service, but it is personal. By this I mean […]

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Decades ago, it was hard for co-workers in an office to do informal collaboration. Why? Their work spaces were divided by formal offices—walls and doors. That’s one of the reasons that office designers came up with the open office plan: It was thought to increase creativity and sharing by enabling co-workers to bounce ideas off […]

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A quiet office can be a sign of an efficient workforce – but it can also mean people aren’t communicating effectively. In the modern workplace, collaboration is key. But how can you break the silence and encourage people to talk to each other? The Death of Small Talk explores how we can revitalise office chatter and […]

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