Join us and PeopleLab on 22nd January in this online webinar to be the first to hear the results of the latest research (for the fourth year running) and why we are continuing to observe the employee engagement 'gap.'
Back in 2016, People Lab launched their first “Spotlight on the Employee Engagement Profession” research. Over the past 3 years we’ve continued to see companies focusing on employee engagement. However, research from the likes of the CIPD, AON and Quantum show that this focus is still not translating into any real improvements in engagement levels.
Why is this?
In this webinar presented by Emma Bridger you’ll be the first to hear the results from the latest research and understand why we are continuing to observe this gap.
We also wanted to share best practice from the sector and find out what companies are doing to improve engagement. We wanted to explore the current trends across the sector – what are the experts doing, what’s working and what’s not and what are the key priorities when it comes to improving engagement?
About Emma Bridger
Emma is one of the UK's leading employee engagement and communication experts with over 20 years experience in a variety of roles, including lecturing on graduate and post-graduate courses in psychology, with her specialism in behaviour change. Combining this understanding of psychology with practical business experience and an MBA, Emma has demonstrated how organisations can achieve their goals and create a competitive advantage by focusing on communication and engagement.
Emma has designed and now delivers the Institute of Internal Communications flagship programme for communicators: Accelerate. She has also designed and developed the CIPDs range of public employee engagement courses as well as contributing to and being published within the UK Government Review - Engage for Success. Emma now advises the Government taskforce on engagement as part of the “guru group”, and has developed and delivered a significant element of their website. Emma is also a qualified, practicing coach, a regular conference speaker and a member of the Institute of Public Relations.