21 February 2013
monitoring & maintaining
Run in partnership with NatCen Social Research, this morning roundtable will aim to discuss the best ways of not only measuring employee engagement, but also how to effectively analyse and act upon information once it’s been measured.
This session is an invaluable opportunity to meet with others charged with driving engagement; discuss the challenges you face; tap into the knowledge of NatCen’s researchers; and benefit from the expertise of our employee engagement consultants.
What types of things will be covered?
- Why measure employee engagement?
- What are the best ways of developing an effective employee engagement survey?
- What are the common pitfalls when measuring employee engagement?
- How can you effectively communicate a campaign that measures and monitors employee engagement?
- What's the best way to evaluate and act upon information following a survey?
- How do you effectively communicate the outcomes of an employee engagement survey?
- How can you sustain employee engagement: from surveys to the board?
Date: Thursday 21st February
Location: Central London
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Tracy Anderson, Head of Income and Work, NatCen Social Research
The Income and Work team (led by Tracy Anderson) explores the world of work by using both quantitative and qualitative techniques. Their approach ensures they get under the skin of hard and important topics, whilst acting sensitively and with understanding within a business.
The work produced by the Income and Work team includes studies for a range of employers, employees, unions, policymakers, and the public, covering topics such as recruitment practices, employee relations, work-life balance, harassment and bullying in the workplace.
Siobhan Hammond, Director of Client Services, BergHind Joseph
Is an expert in the world of employee engagement, working with a variety of organisations including Metropolitan Police, NPIA, Transport for London, GlaxoSmithKline, Barclays and BP.