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‘International Leadership’

  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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In this article by Nupur Singh Mallick, HR Director (UK & Ireland), Tata Consultancy Services you can find out more about what they are doing internally to engage their employees. For any organisation, finding people with the right skills is never easy – and finding people with the right attitude is even harder. With competition […]

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 Pace of change As we enter 2015, one thing that is certain is that the Pace of Change will only accelerate. This year, to adapt faster to an ever changing landscape driven by customers’ needs, companies and their leaders will continue to work on two fronts. Pressure for competitiveness on the one hand means that companies […]

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Great engagement is the key to truly successful leadership, and the secret to moving forward is knowing when to step back. It is no longer about being the hero, the one who makes everything happen. There is another way: be the host. A host is someone who receives and entertains guests. The metaphor of leader […]

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Over the last couple of days there has been various articles on the rising employee engagement levels globally. Global employee engagement levels increased to 61% in 2013, up from 60% in 2012 and 58% in 2011, according to research by Aon Hewitt. Aon Hewitt’s 2014 Trends in Global Employee Engagement annual study, which represents the […]

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A poll recently conducted by Bayt.com, the region’s No. 1 job site, has revealed that more than 80% of employees in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region claim to feel very engaged at work. According to 70% of poll respondents, communications channels are open in their companies; they feel they can disagree with their […]

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This February the International Engagement subgroup launched its first event, ‘Showcase and Share’, a collaborative working session for engagement specialists with experience or interest in building engagement in international organisations or multicultural environments. Collectively Create ‘Knowledge Nuggets’ The event was fantastically attended by over 35 engagement professionals who teamed up into 6 working groups. The […]

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A report by the Economist Intelligence Unit, sponsored by Deloitte (January 2012) The aim of this report is to explore business leaders’ attitudes to coporations whose purpose is defined in terms of benefits to the wider society: a societal purpose. What is ‘Societal Purpose’? According to the report, a societal purpose seeks to define a corporation’s core […]

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