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Engage for Success: London Region 'Thought and Action' Group
Thu 26 January 2017, 10:00 – 12:30 GMT
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Purpose of the group
The Engage for Success London Region 'Thought and Action' Group, part of the government supported national employee engagement movement (Engage for Success - E4S) led by David MacLeod and Nita Clarke, is focused on growing the audience in London. E4S promotes employee engagement in collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
The purpose of the London group is to inspire individuals and organisations to take action in promoting effective employee engagement, supporting them with the practical tools and ideas that they need to independently take action, secure in the knowledge that engaging people in the workplace works.
The benefits of being part of this group are significant for individuals and organisations. Through updates, coordinated action, presentations, networking with those in your sector and beyond, and speaking with experts, you will learn how to tackle the challenges of, and promote effective employee engagement in your organisation.
The group is for strategic practitioners of predominantly large and medium sized organisations with a base in London who can influence employee engagement within their organisation. It also consists of experts and academics in the field. The group meets once every two months between 10am and 12.30pm.
If you are interested in joining and benefiting from all that this group has to offer then contact Tom Morrell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our next event is on Thursday 26 January 2017.
In January we will be hosted by the UK Cabinet Office. David Widlake will describe what the Cabinet Office learnt about increasing engagement from diverse teams in the Civil Service. The New Year also provides an ideal opportunity to reflect on the E4S event at Thomas Reuters in December and take stock of how the London TAG can continue to actively support the employee engagement cause during 2017.