As the 15th June fast approaches, we caught up with Debbie Klein, Chief Executive Europe and Asia Pacific at the Engine Group – one of two CEOs presenting at our conference – to find out more about what she’ll be sharing on the day.
Recently named as one of 20 Women to Watch Europe 2016 by Ad Age, having previously been named one of the Sunday Times Top 40 under 40 in Media and one of Campaign’s Women of Today, we’re delighted to have Debbie join us. We hope you can join us too!
Can you give us a summary of what you hope to cover when you share your story?
We have a unique culture of collaboration at Engine. I hope to share how that’s been built and maintained, and the ways in which the business has grown as a result.
What’s the biggest challenge you’ve faced to get to where you are with employee engagement?
The larger an organisation gets, the harder it gets to foster innovation and fresh-thinking – because integration becomes more difficult with scale. Maintaining Engine’s innovative and collaborative culture, despite its significant growth, has therefore been a key challenge.
What’s the best question you think our audience could ask you?
What is the role of an organisation’s leader in encouraging and maintaining collaboration?
What do you hope to get from being part of our event and what do you hope to take away as inspiration from others?
A better understanding of best practice in employee engagement, and to be inspired by some great examples and case studies from other businesses.
We have a brilliant bill of speakers including:
Metropolitan Police, Morrisons, Engine Group, The Pensions Regulator, Lawn Tennis Association.
Plus three interactive masterclasses delivered by our experts for you to choose from that will focus on customer centricity, understanding and improving your employer brand and a culture of action.