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Employee and Volunteer Engagement for Charities

  • April 28, 2016 8:30 am
  • News UK Offices. London Bridge

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This represents an ideal opportunity to how some of the UK’s most respected charities engage their staff and volunteers. It will demonstrate that the same techniques can be used to tighten the bonds with volunteers too.

Limited to the first 80 that apply

Price: £125 plus VAT

Free for EEA Members 

At this learning event we will look at a range of topics to help you better engage with your employees, volunteers and key stakeholders. By presenting case studies and thought leading pieces we will identify the innovative new channels, tools and techniques charities are using to engage and inspire people.

This event has particular relevance for professionals from the Charity sector, however it would certainly not be wasted on Employee Engagement, HR and Internal Comms professionals from all industries who are keen to actively engage a range of stakeholders.

Benefits of attendance:

  • Access to the presentations
  • Q&A with industry experts
  • Practical advice, not just the theory
  • Business cases to take back to the board
  • Networking with peers.

Speaker Line-up

Registration/ networking 8.30am – 9.10am (tea/ coffee/ pastries provided)

Presentations from 9.15am – 12.30pm:

Stephen Robertson – CEO of The Big Issue

Case study of how The Big Issue engages with staff and the challenges they face.

Stevan Jackson – Chief Executive Officer of the Mary Stevens Hospice Group introduced by Professor Chris Cowls – Chief Executive of Eproductive Ltd

Presentation – ‘Team Engagement for Hospices’

Suzie Fairley – Organisational Development Manager (Engagement and Culture) at British Red Cross

Case Study

Tom Debenham – CEO at People Insight  

‘Trends in Employee Engagement in the not-for-profit sector’

Adrian Phipps – HR Leader and Organisation Development Specialist and Leo Stoll – Organisation Development and Design Specialist at Cancer Research UK

Case Study

 

The venue.

The great people at News UK have very kindly donated their fantastic event space on the top floor of their London office. It's a fantastic location with views over the City of London.


1 London Bridge St, London SE1 9GF, United Kingdom