Engage for Success is a movement committed to the idea that there is a better way to work, a better way to enable personal growth, organisational growth and ultimately growth for Britain by releasing more of the capability and potential of people at work. Questions of Difference has been thrilled to support this movement over the last year joining conversations with other practitioners to help bring engagement to the forefront.
If you and your people would be interested in being a part of the conversation, or learning something new please find below details to the Engage for Success Annual Conference where you will meet and engage with people from all sectors who are passionate about employee engagement. It is hosted and run by Engage for Success and is sure to be an interesting event.
Raise your burning questions on the influence of cultural differences on employee engagement through bottom-up and top-down dialogue. Receive insights and answers from practitioners and academics. Discuss and explore challenges and discover new thinking through problem solving breakout groups. To join us and get the most of this event, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us:
1) Have you faced any particular challenges while trying to implement engagement solutions in different cultures that you would like to share, and/or you don’t have the answers to?
2) Is there a specific cultural context that you find most challenging and would like to learn more about?
Dialogue with practitioners – our keynote speaker is Huibert Evekink, Director of Global Engagement for Amadeus who is joining us from Spain to share the ‘The CREW program: improve speaking up and giving feedback in Amadeus’ – a technology-based tool to encourage dialogue across cultures and hierarchies.
Dialogue with academics – hear the latest research from London School of Economics and HEC Paris on best practice in developing dialogue across cultures and ask the presenters for their insights.
Be the first to hear the latest news and updates from David McLeod and Cathy Brown of Engage for Success and be part of the launch of the new Cross-cultures website and resources.
Participants at previous Cross Culture group events have come from BT, BA, Google, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, WaterAid, Marks and Spencer, Thomson Reuters, BAT, Unilever and Xerox.
Places are limited, so please book by 15th October 2015:
Networking from 17:00 at a nearby venue