It is often said that an engaged and committed workforce is the key to success. This four-hour interactive session aims to show you how to create and encourage high performance in the work place. It will focus on engaging employees, and rewarding staff cost effectively and delivering implementable value that will help you maximise the growth of your business.
Why should this be of interest?
In order to have a high performing workplace, you need high performing employees and that requires an engaged and committed workforce. How do you achieve that? How do you reward staff in a way that provides a value for them and delivers cost effective value for the business?
What you will gain, learn and explore:
* The importance of a culture, leading to high performance
* Revaluating traditional reward models
* Upsides and downsides of share plans for incentivising staff
* Which benefits add to employee engagement?
* Advantages of non-financial rewards for employee engagement
* Do your employees actually want what you’re offering when it comes to reward?
* How to customise rewards to fit the needs of your employees
Date: Thursday 8 December 2016
* 8:30am – Arrival
* 9:00am – You will work through the areas listed above
* 12:30pm – Presentation ends for Q&A with the guest
* 1:00pm – Session comes to a close
* £150 +VAT
* £95 +VAT (Discounted rate for Supper Club members only)
This is an interactive session so we encourage all attendees to ask questions throughout.
Open to business owners and all managers/leaders in the business
Who will be delivering the class?
Jon Taylor of EMW Law will be running this session. Jon is an accredited CEDR mediator, head of the Employment Team and a member of the Operational Board at EMW.
He advises on a full range of employment and HR related matters for employers and also provides training on HR matters for HR teams and managers.
Jon is an accomplished presenter, lecturing regularly to clients and industry groups. In addition, he is a regular contributor to national and local media, including The Times, The Financial Times, Metro, City AM, Sky News and others.