3 February 2010

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Employee Engagement and Organisational Performance

This presentation accompanied our event, Employee Engagement & Organisational Performance.

It includes a summary of the accompanying research report and case studies from FSA, BAE Systems and Standard Chartered Bank. It also examines the research and measurement perspective.

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New Paths for Employee Engagement

Are we thinking about employee engagement in the right way? This presentation by Theresa Welbourne explores a different perspective on looking at engagement and employee engagement programmes. Moving from simply looking at engagement itself to asking a question - Engaging in What?

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11 November 2016

Employee Engagement: Current Practices and Practicalities

The concept of employee engagement has provoked a great deal of debate since being introduced 25 years ago. Its supporters would claim that engagement programmes can enhance organisational performance when the energy generated from engagement is routed on the path needed to achieve organisational goals. This is CRF's third report on the subject of engagement and focuses on what is currently happening in organisations in practice, and looking for similarities and differences across cultures, sectors and types of workforce. The report explores what business imperatives stimulate organisations to take engagement initiatives, the frameworks they adopt, what they hope to achieve and what is really happening in getting managers, employees and others to behave differently.

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29 January 2016

Team Building Without Time Wasting

As major organizations have to learn to deal with increasingly rapid change, teams are becoming more and more important. As the traditional, hierarchical school of leadership diminishes in significance, a new focus on networked team leadership is emerging to take its place. This paper examined effectiveness of focused feedback and follow-up on leadership development.

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3 February 2010

Employee Engagement & Organisational Performance - post meeting notes

During challenging times the level of employee engagement can spell the difference between organisational success and failure. While engagement scores have held up surprisingly well, thanks to a sharper focus by many employers on morale and skills retention than in previous recessions, challenging times lie ahead.

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4 February 2015

What is employee engagement & does it matter?

Written by Professor Rob Briner, from the University of Bath's School of Management, the purpose of this paper is to stimulate deeper and more critical thinking about employee engagement from an evidence-based practice perspective.

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28 January 2010

Employee engagement and organisational performance

This research report takes stock of where the concept of employee engagement has got to some 10 years after becoming a popular management concept, and after a couple of years of recession. It analyses what has and hasn't yet been learnt.

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