Employee Engagement - How do you make your organisation outstanding?
Employee engagement is like gold dust – if you get it right, it has amazing consequences for your colleagues, your customers, for your business and your brand.
So how can we influence our leaders and colleagues in the workplace in order to create the right conditions for all members of an organisation to give of their best each day - committed to their organisation’s goals and values, motivated to contribute to organisational success, with an enhanced sense of their own well-being?
Our next Ask the Guru brings together 3 experts who specialise in EE to share their knowledge and expertise through case studies from their experiences within large organisations.
What we will cover:
- provide evidence and case studies of good employee engagement
- discuss the enablers of engagement
- share engagement models to help drive personal performance and business
Ask the Guru events are small and informal events, so there are limited tickets available. Book early to ensure you can join us to hear from our Gurus as well as lots of opportunities to join the discussion, share your challenges and ideas and be a part of this event.
Sheila Parry, Chair of theblueballroom
Sheila founded theblueballroom in 2001 as the business world was switching on to the concept of internal branding and employee engagement and is passionate about how to make the world of work better for people and their employers. Having worked with Deutsche Post DHL, the adidas Group, Rentokil Initial, Siemens and other complex organisations for decades, she has brought her observations and experience into the creation of a new approach, the PRIDE model, that aims to achieve organisational success through people. As a successful entrepreneur in the communications sector, she has created a network around her of bright thinkers and doers and provides creative and strategic consultancy to theblueballroom clients and mentoring to the agency team. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Internal Communication and has served as a Board Member in the areas of CPD and Strategy.
Jack Winters, Change Communications Manager at Kellogg's
From his engineering roots, Jack has over 20 years communications experience working in both corporate and operational communication roles, with specialist experience in employee engagement and business change working at RS Components Group; Siemens; BAA Heathrow Airport; IMI plc; National Grid and now at Kellogg's. Jack has also contributed to the PRIDE model’s Integrity factor.
3rd speaker TBC
Remember you can claim 5 CPD points for attending one of our Ask the Guru events.
When & Where
CIPR Inside is the specialist group of the Chartered Institute for Public Relations. The group is for internal communication and employee engagement professionals. As part of the only chartered organisation for communications professionals we benefit from the knowledge, support and training that that organisation provides. It connects internal and external communication, in line with the belief that communication should be integrated and joined up.
Raising professional standards and sharing best practice is a core aim of the group and institute. When joining the CIPR you can select to join the CIPR Inside group. As a member you get special rates for events, training and workshops, to help you continue your professional development throughout your career. Professionalism and current knowledge are critical to delivering excellent and strategic communications.
Our members have access to the knowledge, support and training that being part of a chartered organisation brings.
We follow the CIPR terms and conditions which you can read here http://www.cipr.co.uk/terms When making a booking you are accepting these terms and conditions.
We do not provide refunds in the week before the event.