Developing Employee Engagement Workshop
This one day programme provides you with the tools and techniques that you need to develop and communicate an effective employee engagement strategy in your organisation.
Some of the topics covered on the programme include:
Latest thinking on employee engagement
Stakeholder management and gaining buy-in - working with internal and external stakeholders to develop your strategy
Developing an employee engagement strategy - tools and techniques for drafting your strategy and creating an action plan for your organisation; practical introduction to the process
From plan to practice: practical approaches
Communicating the employee engagement strategy
Selling the business benefits
By the end of the course you will be able to:
Evaluate the different approaches to employee engagement, taking into account your own organisation's brand, values, culture and goals
Develop an employee engagement strategy for your own organisation
Identify key stakeholders vital to the successful implementation of an employee engagement strategy
Describe how to clearly communicate your employee engagement strategy
Understand relevant case studies
Who should attend:
Developing an Employee Engagement Strategy is the right programme for you if you're a professional who helps create and implement employee engagement strategies and would like a broader understanding of the field and what can be achieved.
With group sizes of no more than 16, you'll be able to interact with like-minded colleagues from a range of organisations, and focus on developing your own knowledge, skills and understanding in this area. The small group size also allows you to focus on your business, and understand the steps you can take to embed an engagement strategy in your workplace.
Karl O'Connor FCIPD
Karl has been working as a trainer, facilitator, executive and leadership coach, consultant for over 30 years having previously built up his senior management and business experience mainly within the financial sector. His specialist fields are human resources, leadership, coaching skills, high performing teams, employee engagement and building resilience during change. Karl has worked mainly in Ireland and the UK with both the private, and public sector. He is a co-author of Coaching Champions, is a national award winner for HR best practices and featured as a case study in People Management magazine for change management, flexible working and employee engagement. Karl is a non-executive Director of a leading Irish charity, One in Four.
• Bachelor of Business Studies, Hons, University of Limerick • Master of Business Studies, Hons, University College Dublin • Fellow of CIPD • Member of Irish Institute of Training & Development • Fellow of Institute of Banking • 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Facilitator • Cycle of Leadership Facilitator, Ross School, University of Michigan • Certificate in Emotional Intelligence, EQ-I London • Advanced Diploma in Personal, Leadership and Executive Coaching, Kingstown College/Coaching & Mentoring International Recent Experience:
RBS/Ulster Bank: Coached and consulted with several C-suite executives over a 12- month period to achieve performance excellence. Worked as part of a team that won a 2017 Association of Coaching/Irish Institute of Training and Development award and was part of an RBS team which went on to win a Princes Royal training award for the Determined to Lead programme.
McCabe Ph*rm*cy Chain: Design and co-facilitation of Listening sessions with Pharmacists and Managers focused on a Great Place to Work.
IFA: Design and delivery of effective communication and presentation skills for 100 Farmers on behalf of IFA Skillnet programme.
Credit Union: Consultancy design and facilitation of sales, service and high- performance team programme aligned to new strategy for regional credit union undergoing major change.
Glasnevin Trust: Trained management team on people involvement and communication skills following an employee survey. Currently consulting with HRD and coaching executive team.
Leadership Coaching: Coaching senior leaders and middle managers to become more productive across several organisations including AIB and Chartered Accountants.
Cancellations: Cancellations MUST be notified in writing.
A cancellation fee of 25% of the full fee will apply to cancellations received up to 4th January 2019. No refund can be made for cancellations received after 4th January. A substitution may be made at any time.
CIPD reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the event or change its associated programme or substitute a speaker. In the event of cancellation, liability is limited to the amount of registration only.
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