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Radio Show #309: How can HR lead massive change and deliver ‘business as usual’?

Special Guest: Emma Dixon, People & Performance Manager, UK and Scandinavia, Formica Group What is the role of HR in leading and delivering massive change programmes? How can you balance this with maintaining ‘business as usual’? Emma Dixon shares the experiences, lessons and challenges of doing exactly this in the face of a business sale […]

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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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Leighs Paints faced massive resistance to culture change from across the organisation, based on complacency, scepticism and fear. They used an employee survey to set the agenda for the changes to be addressed and senior management led the way with focus groups to demonstrate their commitment to what was happening. As a result, service and […]

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The company adopted a bespoke downstream approach forming cross-functional teams exploring leadership, communication, recognition, team working and continuous improvement which led to teams setting their own goals which dovetailed with the overall business plan. Employees are involved in the strategic planning process resulting in the generation of a robust plan with complete buy-in from everyone […]

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