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  • Engage For Success – Leeds Practitioners – July 10th 2012 Copyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • Welcome!• Welcome – O2, Matt Ward• Introduction & Engage For Success Update – Cathy Brown• Practitioner Group update – Stella Power• The Four Enablers, exercise - All• Engagement Challenges – All• The practitioner group & next steps• Close#E4SLeeds Copyright @Engage For Success 2012
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  • Adam Balon, Co-Founder, InnocentAdam Crozier, CEO, ITV Karen Boswell, MD, East Coast RailAlex Gourlay, CEO, Alliance Boots Lord ODonnell, Former Head of Home Civil ServiceAmyas Morse, Auditor General, NAO Marc Bolland, CEO, M&SAndrew Moss, CEO, Aviva Martin Temple, Chairman, EEFAndy Harrison, CEO, Whitbread Moya Greene, CEO, Royal MailAnne Gibson, President, PPMA Nigel Stein, CEO, GKNAnthony Jenkins, CEO, Barclays Paul Drechsler, CEO, Wates GroupBob Kerslake, Head of the Civil Service Paul Noon, General Secretary, ProspectBrendan Barber, General Secretary, TUC Peter Rogers, CEO, BabcockCarolyn Downs, CE, Local Govt Assoc Peter Sands, CEO, Standard CharteredCharlie Mayfield, Chairman, JLP Peter Searle, CEO, Adecco Group UK & IrelandChris Browne, MD, Thomson Airways Richard Baker, Chairman, Virgin ActiveChris Hyman, CEO, Serco Ronan Dunne, CEO , O2Dame Gill Morgan, PS for the Welsh Assembly Government Rona Fairhead, Group CE, Financial Times GroupDavid Frost, Director General, British Chamber of Commerce Simon Walker, Director General, IoDDavid Nicholson, CE, NHS Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO, WPPEd Sweeney, Chairman, ACAS Sir Peter Housden, PS for ScotlandIan King, CEO, BAE Sir Stephen Bubb, CE, AcevoIan Livingston, CEO, BT Sir Suma Chakrabarti, Permanent Secretary, MoJIan Powell, Chairman & Senior Partner, PwC Sir Win Bischoff, Chairman, LloydsIan Sarson, CEO, Compass Group Stephen Howard, Chief Executive, BITCJane Wilson, CE, CIPR Steve Elliott, Director General, CIAJohn Cridland, Director General, CBI Steve Mogford, CEO, United UtilitiesJohn Hannett, General Secretary, USDAW Tim Melville-Ross, Chairman, HEFCEJohn Neill, Group CE, Unipart Tim O’Toole, CEO, First GroupJohn Walker, Chairman, FSB Will Hutton, Executive Vice Chair, Work Foundation
  • Task Force Sub Groups Copyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • Our PurposeEngage for Success is a movement committed to the idea that there is a better way towork; a better way to enable personal growth, organisational growth and ultimatelygrowth for Britain by releasing more of the capability and potential of people at work.We want to grow awareness about the power and potential of employee engagement.We want to provoke people to think and to learn more about it. And above all wewant individuals and organisations to take action, secure in the proof that it works andpassionate about its importance.We provide evidence, case studies and points of view about how employeeengagement drives performance and productivity to achieve growth, to make the casefor action. We support people in the workplace with practical tools and ideas theyneed to take action; and we hope to inspire people to get involved in our movementby facilitating access to like minded communities, experts and leaders. Copyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • The Practitioner Group Why we’re here – Share and help each other with engagement challenges – Learn about the task force areas of focus and contribute – Get connected – grow & accelerate our practitioner movementCathy Brown – Community Manager Core Practitioner Team Sharon Darwent, BT Stella Power, Cabinet Office David Littlechild – Lloyds Banking Group Mark Gregory – BAE Systems Raffaela Goodby – Birmingham Council Richard Hortop – Serco Tom Keeney - BT Copyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • In our wordsCopyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • Practitioner Events8 have been held, with a further 5 currentlybooking to run before mid July – just over 200 peoplehave been able to attend an event4 events already planned for September/October Highlands/IslandsFollow up events planned in the autumn for: FalkirkKent, Birmingham, Wales, Sunderland EdinburghFeedback is overwhelmingly positive Sunderland Belfast LeedsThe format for an initial meeting has been tested Prestonand a downloadable pack is now in production to Manchesterenable groups to run meetings without central Birminghamsupport Cardiff Kent Events held Events now booking Cornwall Events planned London Copyright @Engage For Success 2012 Bristol/Exeter
  • Grow & AccelerateRegular newsletterPractitioners contributing toweb content gathering teamsPractitioners coming forward toshare case studies & storiesVenue/event hosting offersSpreading the word – telling their colleagues, using social media, generatingconversationsConnections with the guru group Copyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • The Practitioner Group - Our Plan• Social Networking – getting together on Linked In, Twitter, Facebook, encouraging the conversations• Master-classes – online, technology provided by BT, pilot June 28th at 12, David Macleod talking about Engaging Managers• Buddying and mentoring – mentoring groups already in pilot (Stella)• Open Days Copyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • The Four Enablers Copyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • Four Enablers of Engagement Copyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • Your Company’s Engagement Journey, where are you? HIGH ENGAGEMENT TRANSACTIONAL TRANSFORMATIONAL ENGAGEMENT ENGAGEMENT• Estimated by the CIPD to be • Estimated by the CIPD to be about 75% of organisations about 25% of organisations currently running Employee currently running Employee Engagement programmes. Engagement programmes.• Engagement is associated • There is a focus on TRANSACTIONAL its with the survey and sustaining and growing follow-up action plans. In engagement that is integral more capable organisations, ENGAGEMENT these are well integrated to the organisation’s culture. with their business planning cycle and performance • While the survey is a key management tools, and with measurement tool, it is not high level sponsorship from at the core of the the top. engagement programme, and more will be made of• Communications around techniques in the workplace engagement will relate to instil a culture of primarily to survey results or engagement permanently. action plans. LOW ENGAGEMENT Source: Towers Watson - adapted from MacLeod D & Clarke N (2009) Engaging for Success: A Report to Government. Dept for Business, Innovation and Skills.
  • Our engagement challenges What are our engagement challenges? Where are we? What’s your Bringing it together challenge? Transactional to What’s common? transformational 1 minute What’s surprising? Don’t speak Key themes High engagement Get feedbackto low engagement 5 mins Move on Copyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • Social MediaSupporting the development of our community and aiding communications Blog - sharing updates, guest bloggers @Engage4Success #E4S and more Company page and 4 groups • Task Force 13 Early days – reaching out to individual • Practitioners 211, employees • Gurus 176 • Open group 85 Engage for Success Youtube Various sharing sites - being where our channel sharing updates and audience is. other videos Copyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • JoinCopyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • Mentoring/Buddying/Open Days Open Days Buddying Mentoring Organisations Small, informal Structured opening their doors support groups, friendships on a one to non-competing meeting on a regular to one basis to gain organisations to basis to provide expertise and come and see how support, challenge support they work, sharing and inspiration their methodsPilots are already runningWe are learning the pitfalls and the best ways to do theseBuddying groups in Cardiff underway and Lloyds, BT and Serco up for Open DaysWe need more! Copyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • What can you offer? Buddying Mentoring Open Days Small, informal support Organisations opening their Structured friendships groups, meeting on a doors to non-competing on a one to one basis to regular basis to provide organisations to come and gain expertise and support, challenge and see how they work, sharing support inspiration their methodsIn our groups – let’s get talking…What you are looking for, what you have to offerSet up a date! Or two! Copyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • Thank you!!www.engagingforsuccess.org information pack, Engaging for Success reportpractitioners@engageforsuccess.org Copyright @Engage For Success 2012
  • Questions?Copyright @Engage For Success 2012