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Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Employee Engagement research - Executive Briefing (next Tue in Melbourne)

Want to learn more about how to use employee engagement research to inform and promote organizational change? Read on to discover how to secure your complimentary seat at this Executive Briefing on Employee Engagement. You'll gain valuable insight on how to create a culture that invites maximum staff engagement and also hear the latest thinking on how to develop and implement a strategic engagement program.

Next week in Melbourne I'll be co-presenting a session entitled Using employee engagement research to drive organizational improvement. It's happening on Tuesday 29 March 2011 from 09h00 to 12h00 finishing with lunch.

Sign up today at no cost for this Executive Briefing, part of a series of discussion forums put on by my Associate partners at ORC International. These sessions are designed to offer guidance and useful insights into how to use employee engagement research to inform and promote organizational change.

Drawing on recent case studies and contemporary thinking, we will offer a strategic framework and valuable insight on how to initiate change and maximize staff engagement.

The meeting will provide an excellent opportunity to:
  • Understand engagement in your workforce
  • Learn the processes for effective action planning
  • Share best practice with your industry colleagues
The most challenging aspect of employee engagement research is delivering sustainable action. In this session we will use case studies and recent client experiences to isolate the obstacles for taking action, and outline how these challenges can be overcome.

Making Business Personal - People Engagement that Works
Effective people engagement is a hard thing to get right but the benefits are tremendous. Engagement describes a relationship, and like any relationship it takes time and ongoing attention to nurture its development. Making business personal means having a people-positive culture. This interactive discussion will give you some of the practical tools you need to build and sustain engagement. A few topics we'll cover include:
  • The key role of people managers when implementing engagement strategies
  • New ways of thinking about the emotional component of engagement
  • Key components of a "culture of engagement"

If you are going to be in Melbourne it'd be great to see you there!

Date: Tuesday 29 March 2011
Time: 09h00 - 12h00 followed by luncheon
Cost: complimentary

RACV City Club 
501 Bourke Street
Melbourne VIC 3000

Register for this no-cost event online here or contact Phil Pringle at (03) 9935 5729

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