Support & Learning
Key ways to create employee engagement to improve business performance
On-going learning and development is one of the key ways to cement employee engagement and improve business performance. Having engaged employees, motivated to go that extra mile for their organisation, is one of the benefits that a commitment to business ethics can bring. CIPD research shows that when employers deliver on their promises they reinforce employees' sense of fairness and trust in their organisation. This can lead to performance improvement, higher employee retention levels and lower recruitment costs with improved job satisfaction.
I am an experienced facilitator who designs,develops and runs in-house sessions to meet client needs. Examples of workshops developed and facilitated include:
|Marketing to the over 50s workshop||Workshop design and facilitation||Insurance company|
|Retirement time planning workshop||Workshop design and facilitation||Law Society|
|Age regulations workshops||Workshop design and facilitation||National Assembly for Wales|
|Age Positive Leadership
||Train the trainer handbook,workshop development and facilitation.
As an associate consultant for the Employers Network on Equality and Inclusion (ENEI) I ran age regulation workshops for members and presented at events. Clients included: Cooperative Financial Services, Cleveland Fire and Rescue, Cummins, DBM, GSK, Rolls Royce and West Midlands Police.
I have taught at undergraduate and post-graduate levels on the following modules: Foundations of Marketing,Strategic Marketing, Marketing Research, Corporate Governance and Business Ethics at Bradford School of Management and the University of Huddersfield.