0%

Posts Tagged
‘Not for Profit’

Your Employee Survey: When Positive Can Be Negative
0

The way you report your organisation’s employee engagement survey results is as important as the survey itself, according to research from Engage for Success published this week. The report warns of the risk of stifling the employee voice through percentage positive reporting. The infographic [below], created by Headlines – the Internal Communications Agency to accompany […]

READ MORE →

Special Guests: Martyn Dicker TAG Chair, Barbara Frost CEO of Water Aid & Siobhan Victoria Renshaw, TAG Co-ordinator Special edition of the Engage for Success radio show with some clips from the ‘Engaging the Engaged?’ event which launched the Employee Engagement toolkit for the not-for-profit sector on 4th April 2017. More than 40 organisations representing […]

READ MORE →

Show #196: Employee Engagement in the Not-for-Profit Sector
0

Special Guest: Martyn Dicker, Director of People & Learning, The Prince’s Trust In addition to his current role as Director of People & Learning at The Prince’s Trust, Martyn is a member of the Engage for Success Taskforce, and the Chair of the Not-for-profit Thought & Action Group (TAG). He is a business graduate and […]

READ MORE →

Physical activity team challenges are an excellent way to engage a wide range of employees while motivating a healthy lifestyle and team building.  The following case study describes how five SME’s all members of Surrey Chambers of Commerce competed in Activity4Charity an online six week step challenge. The wellbeing subgroup was launched in August 2013 to build on […]

READ MORE →

The HR Director at Oxfam shares what initiatives they now use to help them keep their staff engaged after results from their Employee Survey fell short. The story takes us through how Oxfam chose engagement activities that would be successful, to the end result; its global Leadership Development and Coaching programme, a collaborative input from […]

READ MORE →