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‘Strategic Narrative’

Re-Inventing the Workplace: How Internal Communication Transforms Employee Engagement Silke Brittain will host the third panel discussion in our ‘Re-Inventing the Human Workplace’ series and will welcome Nicholas Wardle, Head of Employee Engagement and Communications at One Housing. Nicholas has recently received the Internal Communicator of the Year award by the IOIC and joins us to […]

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Using A Strategic Narrative In The Current Climate
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On a video conference for the Engage for Success (EfS), Area Network Ambassadors David MacLeod and Nita Clarke, our Co-Founders, talk with some of the Ambassadors and a couple of members of the EfS Core Team about the Four Enablers. This is how they felt that the first Enabler, Strategic Narrative, is relevant in the […]

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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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Graphic Recording of Keynote at CIPD Meeting with David MacLeod
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This graphic recording was created live during the recent Derby and Notts CIPD Annual Meeting at which David MacLeod of Engaging for Success was the keynote speaker. Graphic recording is the live real-time creation of hand-drawn large format visual records of meetings, events and conferences that engage participants and stimulate thinking both during and after […]

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Ensuring we achieve what we set out to and that our work contributes to Department objectives makes evaluation of what we do and the effectiveness of our work indispensable to us as the Internal Communications team in BIS. The main objectives of our Internal Communications strategy sit under four communications themes: communicating the Department’s vision […]

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Introduction The Engage for Success research by David MacLeod and Nita Clarke 2009 cite creating a clear and compelling narrative as one of the main enablers of staff engagement. The Towers Perrin 2013-14 Change and Communication ROI study demonstrates a clear correlation between effective internal communications and business performance. The challenge of creating highly engaged […]

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Richard Harpham, Head of Strategy at Pret A Manger & member of the Teaching Leaders Finance Committee writes about how Pret Aa Manger motivates their employees in a Teaching Leaders Quarterly Article. The retention and development of Pret’s people sits at the very core of every decision that is made. From product innovation to new market […]

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 Alex Lewis (HR Director at BAE Systems plc) is a member of the EfS Taskforce and the Chair of the Adversity sub-group. The Adversity sub-group commissioned the four Adversity Videos that have been posted on our site over the past few weeks. In this interview Alex tell us why the Taskforce felt their was a need […]

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Engaging through Adversity – Four Short Films
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This series of four short films aims to provide key insights from business leaders about managing your organisation through change. Each film focuses on one of the four enablers of engagement: strategic narrative, engaging managers, employee voice and integrity. The first film in the series deals with the importance of strategic narrative to any organisational […]

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