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  • 1. engaging employeesBen Kellard | 8 March 2012
  • 2. “Change is inevitable, except from vending machines.” Stephen Fry
  • 3. how can you engage employees?
  • 4. 1. directionwhat’s the story?
  • 5. three big goals by 2020 HELP SOURCE HALVE 1 BILLION ENVIRONMENTAL 100% PEOPLE IMPROVE OF AGRICULTURAL FOOTPRINT OF THEIR HEALTH RAW MATERIALS OUR PRODUCTS & WELLBEING SUSTAINABLY
  • 6. its all in the telling Global Company You issues strategy
  • 7. 2. performanceclear line of sight
  • 8. performance - top tips• Clarify functional objectives• Target opinion formers• Sync with business planning cycle• Feedback & reward.
  • 9. 3. capabilityjoin up the dots
  • 10. M&S capacity building• embedded in all appropriate training programmes• leadership framework ‘the leadership brand’• Plan A Champions in all stores and depots
  • 11. capability - top tips• who are the key populations?• horizontal collaboration & alignment• networks- join the dots.
  • 12. 4. involvementmaking it their own
  • 13. involvement- top tips• Don’t have all the answers• Don’t do it all at once• Advocates• Use existing meeting forums.
  • 14. engaging employees• Direction- communicating why and how• Performance- individuals making sense of the strategy• Capability- what people need to know and be able to do• Involvement- owning and adapting the strategy