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WELLBEING AND EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT:
JOINING THE DOTS…MAKING THE CHANGE
Hannah McNicholl – E4S Wellbeing Subgroup Chair
Sept...
• The big picture
• How can engagement help improve
productivity?
• What role does wellbeing have to play?
• What can you ...
THE BIG PICTURE
PRODUCTIVITY
UK productivity growth
is at its slowest level
since the 1990s
We have the second lowest
productivity rate in...
AUSTERITY
Austerity is here to stay, impacting how and where
organisations invest
Source: NAO report on the Financial sust...
EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
Only 1/3 of UK employees say they are
actively engaged at work
20 million workers are not
delivering t...
spiritual
WELLBEING
Physical and
psychological wellbeing
job
exercise diet
familyfinances
commute
community
friends
home
7
POOR WELLBEING AFFECTS MANY ASPECTS OF
WORK PERFORMANCE
energy
resilience
support to
colleagues
coping with
change
reliabi...
THE IMPORTANCE
OF EMPLOYEE
ENGAGEMENT
THE EVIDENCE
18% higher productivity
in organisations with top
quartile engagement scores
4x
Disengaged
employees are
more...
THE FOUR ENABLERS
Strong strategic
narrative
Engaging
managers
Organisational
integrity
Employee
voice
11
THE LINK TO
WELLBEING
THE VIRTUOUS CIRCLE
13
SUSTAINING HIGH PERFORMANCE
14
‘BEST COMPANIES’
The Sunday Times Best
Companies lists use a number of
wellbeing and engagement
drivers as their criteria ...
HOW ORGANISATIONS HAVE IMPROVED WELLBEING
Marks & Spencer - wellbeing programme included elements
suggested by employees e...
OVER TO YOU
TOP TIPS
1. Support from the ‘big boss’
2. Dedicated teams
3. Insight before action
4. Action plan
5. Tailor interventions...
Take one small step
MY PLEA TO YOU
Join us at our conference
24th November
Help us test the
wellbeing web tool
Share your ...
RESOURCES
Me:
Hannah.mcnicholl@nao.gsi.gov.uk
Website:
www.engageforsuccess.org
Reports and papers:
'Why wellbeing matters...
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Wellbeing and Engagement Presentation

  1. 1. WELLBEING AND EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT: JOINING THE DOTS…MAKING THE CHANGE Hannah McNicholl – E4S Wellbeing Subgroup Chair September 2015
  2. 2. • The big picture • How can engagement help improve productivity? • What role does wellbeing have to play? • What can you do? KEY THEMES 2
  3. 3. THE BIG PICTURE
  4. 4. PRODUCTIVITY UK productivity growth is at its slowest level since the 1990s We have the second lowest productivity rate in group of world's richest nations Source: ONS; The Independent (10 July 2015) 4
  5. 5. AUSTERITY Austerity is here to stay, impacting how and where organisations invest Source: NAO report on the Financial sustainability of police forces in England and Wales (4 June 2015) 5
  6. 6. EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT Only 1/3 of UK employees say they are actively engaged at work 20 million workers are not delivering their full capability or realising their potential at work 64% of people said they have more to offer in skills and talent than they are currently being asked to demonstrate at work “A workplace approach designed to ensure that employees are committed to their organisation’s goals and values, motivated to contribute to organisational success, and are able at the same time to enhance their own sense of wellbeing.” Professor David Guest 6
  7. 7. spiritual WELLBEING Physical and psychological wellbeing job exercise diet familyfinances commute community friends home 7
  8. 8. POOR WELLBEING AFFECTS MANY ASPECTS OF WORK PERFORMANCE energy resilience support to colleagues coping with change reliability attendance coping with feedback coping with pressure coping with uncertainty concentration decision- making customer orientation 8
  9. 9. THE IMPORTANCE OF EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
  10. 10. THE EVIDENCE 18% higher productivity in organisations with top quartile engagement scores 4x Disengaged employees are more likely to leave than the average employee 62% more accidents occur in organisations with bottom quartile engagement scores than those in the top quartile double the number of sick days are taken by staff at low engagement organisations than at those with high engagement scores (14 vs 7) 10
  11. 11. THE FOUR ENABLERS Strong strategic narrative Engaging managers Organisational integrity Employee voice 11
  12. 12. THE LINK TO WELLBEING
  13. 13. THE VIRTUOUS CIRCLE 13
  14. 14. SUSTAINING HIGH PERFORMANCE 14
  15. 15. ‘BEST COMPANIES’ The Sunday Times Best Companies lists use a number of wellbeing and engagement drivers as their criteria for judging 15
  16. 16. HOW ORGANISATIONS HAVE IMPROVED WELLBEING Marks & Spencer - wellbeing programme included elements suggested by employees e.g. walking month and January weight loss month. Turnover reduced to a low of 0.5% and sickness absence fell. Birmingham City Council - took part in ‘The Choir’ as part of their engagement strategy using music to break down hierarchies and silos, improve wellbeing and improve their reputation within the city. Over 200 staff applied to join the choir. 91% of those who were successful reported improved wellbeing; 94% of all staff were supportive. Mars - wellbeing strategy focused on smoking cessation, diet, physical activity, and stress management. One campaign included resilience workshops, optional health checks and a 16-week pedometer challenge. 89% said their energy levels and resilience had improved; 68% said they had made long term changes to help their wellbeing; absence due to mental health issues reduced; employees reported an increase in their sleep quality and daily productivity. 16
  17. 17. OVER TO YOU
  18. 18. TOP TIPS 1. Support from the ‘big boss’ 2. Dedicated teams 3. Insight before action 4. Action plan 5. Tailor interventions 6. Communications strategy 7. Help leaders be role models 8. Grant permission 9. Create a supportive environment 10. Align processes, procedures and employer branding 11. Evaluate outcomes 12. Celebrate success And, give yourself time… 18
  19. 19. Take one small step MY PLEA TO YOU Join us at our conference 24th November Help us test the wellbeing web tool Share your ideas and your success stories 19
  20. 20. RESOURCES Me: Hannah.mcnicholl@nao.gsi.gov.uk Website: www.engageforsuccess.org Reports and papers: 'Why wellbeing matters: Sustaining Employee Engagement & Wellbeing” 'Wellbeing and employee engagement: the evidence' 20

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