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‘Engaging Managers’

Reflective leadership is something relatively new to me as a formal concept, I have over the years thought about my own personal leadership skills so maybe in hindsight I was being reflective? One of the best ways of describing reflective leadership is from a web article I discovered whilst researching this narrative. “Reflective leadership is […]

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New Quarterly Satisfaction Index Benchmarks UK Employee Engagement: London, UK – 4th July 2017 – Qualtrics, the leader in experience management software, today announced that two-thirds of U.K. workers are currently satisfied in their jobs and 13% say they are ‘extremely satisfied’, according to the Qualtrics Pulse – a new 2017 benchmark of how engaged […]

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The role of line managers can be quite tricky, responsible for managing employees, dealing with office performance targets, monitoring individual and team performance among many other responsibilities that come with this new or existing role. Acuity Training have created a new info graphic, great tips for new line managers but also a great tool for […]

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  I first met Francis Goss in 2012, when he was Head of Employee Engagement at Grass Roots. I’d just started in the role of Head of Engagement and Internal Comms for an aerospace business and was busy planning their first ever leadership conference, with employee engagement as its theme. After spending a day at […]

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Mae’r dudalen hon ar gael yn y Gymraeg / This page is also available in Welsh Date: 17 October 2017 Location: Pier Head Building, Cardiff Bay Join us at our very first Engage for Success Wales event at the historic Pier Head Building in beautiful Cardiff Bay. The event will be packed with short insightful […]

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Taylor Review and Be the Business Launches
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In the context of the recently published Industrial Strategy and Governance Review, and the light of the very recent launch of the Taylor review into modern working practices, and the launch of Be the Business this week, David MacLeod, co-founder of Engage for Success, said: “Since March 2011, when the Engage for Success movement was […]

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There are numerous tangible benefits to be gained by engaging employees in the workplace, particularly for organizations with positions that demand extensive training, experience or skill. While business owners and leaders are often tempted to try to control as much as possible, this kind of strict top-down management style can actually do more harm than […]

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