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Employee Engagement Seminar: 21 March 2017
Tue 21 March 2017, 09:30 – 12:00 GMT
Attract the best. Retain the best. Learn how to motivate and inspire your people to be the best.
Attend our free seminar where you can learn some of the secrets to build a brand for your business to acheive sutainable business growth.
- Your customers judge you on the quality of your products and the levels of service you provide.
- You need all of your employees to be ambassadors and advocates for your business.
- Employee engagement continues to be the key issue in how to attract and retain the very best people for your business.
- Engaged employees are more productive, deliver great service and live your brand.
As Northamptonshire’s leading experts on employee engagement we will be sharing some of our stories of how we’ve transformed and continue to transform businesses in and around our county. We’ll be offering top tips to help get you started on your journey to increased profitability and long term business growth.
We are also featuring Sali Brown, managing director of Chelton Brown to provide a practical case study. As managing director of Northamptonshire’s leading letting and sales agents, Sali has engaged her managers and teams to continued and sustainable success.
About our speakers:
Paul Beesley. As director and senior consultant at Beyond Theory Paul has helped a number of businesses across all sectors transform their business. Building on his successful corporate background, Paul's expertise provides insight and guidance to small and medium-sized companies to deliver long-term, sustainable growth. Paul also chairs the Northamptonshire branch of Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD).
Sali Brown. As managing director of Chelton Brown Sali has built a business based on great customer service delivered by an enthused and highly professional team. Over the past 25 years Chelton Brown has continued to grow and develop, becoming an integral part on Northamptonshire’s community and eco-system.