Are you interested in getting more involved with Engage for Success?
Could you help steer and co-ordinate activities for the wider movement? Are you able to attend meetings either virtually or in person in central London once a month? Then we’d like to hear from you!
We are interested in hearing from people who have a real passion for employee engagement and who have a wealth of experience to share, who can work as part of the Thought & Action Steering Group to ensure we grow our audience and influence across the UK. Therefore, we’re looking for up to four people to join the Steering Group on a voluntary basis for a term of up to two years.
To apply, please complete the application form here and return it to us at email@example.com by midnight on 31 October.
If you need any additional support completing or submitting your application, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ll consider all applications in line with the Terms of Reference and the nominations/appointment process principles (please see below). We aim to reply to all applicants with the outcome by the end of November at the latest.
Purpose and aims of the Steering Group
The Engage for Success community is made up of practitioners, academics, researchers, consultants, service providers and professional bodies, with experience of theory and practice in employee engagement. The Steering Group’s purpose is to support the EFS community by providing insight, evidence, ideas and advice on a range of engagement topics. Everyone is asked to follow a Code of Practice.
The aims of the Steering Group
- Positive advocacy and support for the Engage for Success movement
- Arranging and delivering activities to support the movement
- Encouraging production of content for the website, such as tools, evidence, case studies, solutions or hints and tips on how to deliver the various drivers of engagement
- Stimulate debate within the Group and beyond
- Provide expert support to the movement, through their own experience and by tapping into the Group
- Tap into the Group to offer informed guidance on research and development of the key topics surrounding Employee Engagement
- Provide advice on future direction and potential for the subject
- Instigating Thought and Action Groups (TAGs) which focus on specific engagement topics and provide outputs for the benefit of the wider taskforce community
- Promote Engage for Success and the principles of the movement generally
- Moderate the group to ensure they follow the Code of Practice.
Steering Group Governance
The principles for the Nomination/Appointment process for selection for the Steering Committee are:
- The Steering Committee should reflect the composition of the wider EFS community.
- It should be transparent and accountable to the wider community.
- No-one should be excluded from the Steering Committee Nomination/Appointment process.
- The overriding criterion for selection will be the contribution a member can make to the work of the Steering Group. Service on the Steering Group is a vitally important role in the development of the subject of Employee Engagement; it is therefore essential that only quality candidates who can add value and work as part of a team are selected.
- Evidence of an individual’s commitment to Employee Engagement will be necessary.
- Steering Committee members must be able to attend meetings in person or by telephone.
- Any potential and/or perceived conflicts of interest must be highlighted as they become known.