Come and join us as we celebrate the launch of the second edition of Emma Bridger’s bestselling book Employee Engagement: A Practical Introduction (Kogan Page). Packed with hands-on guidance and tools, it includes brand new research insights and case studies, reflecting how the employee engagement field has developed since the original was written.

You'll hear from six experts talking about contemporary employee engagement topics, and you'll have the chance to ask questions on all things engagement. We’ll also be enjoying an informal drinks reception – giving you a great opportunity to network with others.

Come along to hear from speakers, connect with peers and be inspired to take easy, practical steps to build employee engagement in your own organisation.

You'll also get a signed copy of Emma's book included in the ticket price.


Speakers


The future of engagement

Emma Bridger - Founder and MD, People Lab 
(and author of Employee Engagement: A Practical Introduction)

Emma will be reflecting on how employee engagement has changed in the last five years, and sharing her predictions for what's to come.


Why we need a 'purpose' uprising
Christine Crofts, Global Employee Engagement Director, Diageo

Chris will be talking about why purpose is so powerful, and how internal communications can play a critical role in creating purpose-driven organisations.


Employee voice and collective intelligence

Michael Silverman, Founder, Crowdoscope

Michael will be sharing how we can use new technologies to draw insight from networks of people interacting, and how this is changing the conceptualisation of employee voice.


A picture tells a thousand words

Craig Smith, Director & Principal Consultant, BigPicture Learning

Hear about how 'big pictures' can help you tell your organisation's story, create a strategic narrative and positively impact engagement.


Leading people-driven transformation

Kate Griffiths-Lambeth, Director of Human Resources, Charles Stanley

Kate will share an award-winning case study, which demonstrates how engagement played a critical role in the successful business turnaround at Charles Stanley.


The Employee Engagement Alliance & the Employee Engagement Awards

Ruth Dance, Managing Director, The Employee Engagement Alliance
Matt Manners, Founder & CEO, The Employee Engagement Awards

Ruth and Matt will be talking about how they're bringing community to the employee engagement sector, and telling us how we can all gain recognition for our work through the Employee Engagement Awards

 

** EEA Members - enter code FRIENDOFPEOPLELAB when signing up for a 25% discount off the ticket price **