If you are looking into solutions or just curious to learn practical, proven ways to improve leadership, engagement and well-being to create a culture where people feel valued appreciated - and take ownership for their performance - then this session is for you.
‘An Even Better Place to Work’ is a systemised employee engagement tool designed to simply and effectively improve the quality of work life for everyone and will support team leaders in getting the best from their people, leading to higher levels of performance and productivity. You will learn how your company or organisation can benefit from using this online, self-managed solution of measures, resources and activities to improve leadership,develop teams and increase staff satisfaction.
Shay McConnon, creator of An Even Better Place to Work, will show you an innovative and inexpensive solution to the problems of:
- Managers not having enough time to develop their teams
- Staff turnover
An Even Better Place to Work was chosen as a finalist at the recent awards organised by the Association of Business Psychologists under the category of Employee Engagement and is currently being used by Siemens, Emirates, Environment Agency, BNP Paribas, Lush Cosmetics & Rolex amongst many others.
Content for the afternoon:
12:30pm light refreshments and networking opportunity
1.00 pm - An Even Better Place to Work
What is it?
How does it work?
How does it improve performance and productivity?
The Satisfaction@Work Diagnostic
What are the 7 indicators?
Grow not only leaders but leadership across the business
Interventions to improve scores
What makes this solution special?
Q & A
Facilitator: Shay McConnon
A leading figure on the topics of Employee Engagement, leadership and culture change, Shay quite literally wrote the book! A primary contributor to current best practice techniques and a published author on the subject, Shay's presentation is inspirational and enlightening. He is the CEO of McConnon International Ltd which has five regional offices and over 50 consultants, trainers and support personnel.