We believe that positivity has the power to transform every aspect of the employee experience – from attraction, retention to development – right through to the bottom line. Yet the idea of creating happiness in the workplace can often be dismissed as one of those fluffy things.
At a time of fake news, disruption and uncertainty, we’re setting out to change the fluff into tangible stuff – outcomes to improve and develop happiness in the workplace.
Our annual employee engagement conference brings together HR, change, communications and research professionals to discuss the latest research insights and the most innovative approaches to improving performance through employee engagement.
Taking place 15 June at the Barbican in London, we are delighted to be joined by a great speaker line up. You can find out more about the papers and the speakers by clicking on the links below…
Engaging colleagues in a winning Asda
Carl Tabisz, Senior Manager, Engagement
Putting collaboration at the heart of Comic Relief
Megan Walsh, Internal Communications and Employee Engagement Manager
Department of Culture, Media & Sport
The power of people and importance of positive leadership
Sue Owen, Permanent Secretary
The secret spell for success: Embedding a culture of fun across a global organisation
Emma James, Group Employee Engagement Manager
Site huts to skyscrapers – the Portakabin cultural change challenge
Andrew Gamlyn, Reward and Systems Manager
Our ORC team will also be running breakout sessions on transformational insights, turning problems into opportunities and creating more regular feedback. We will also be going on a journey – through research compiled by youth culture experts at Cassandra – into the mind of the millennial.
Early bird tickets are available right up until midnight 14 April.