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Employee Engagement: Is your culture really in order?

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When employees feel included and valued, they are more likely to be engaged at work. They will also have a better experience overall because they can focus on doing great work instead of worrying about how others perceive them.

Inclusion is a powerful tool that can be used to improve business results by increasing productivity and morale while also reducing turnover rates. A recent study found that companies with inclusive cultures had an average revenue per employee 33% high than for those without inclusive cultures.

Another study revealed that when employees feel included at work, they are more likely to stay with their employer, which means lower turnover costs for employers as well as happier employees who are less stressed out about job security. It doesn’t stop there though – research has shown that people who feel included at work have higher levels of self-esteem, better mental health, greater resilience towards stressors outside of work and even healthier lifestyles.

So, it’s clear – including all employees in the workplace is good for business across the board – your employee experience and engagement is directly linked to the culture of your organisation

In this session Joanne Lockwood introduces the kinds of positive change your own organisation can focus on. By taking steps like building relationships between different departments or creating opportunities for everyone on staff to contribute ideas or feedback on how things could be improved within their department or company overall.

There are many ways you can make sure every person feels valued at your workplace so don’t wait any longer – get started today.

Key Take Away

• Recognise the importance of ensuring the basic employee hygiene factors are in place before attempting to woo people with motivation.

• Understanding how different perspectives and motivational factors can influence employee experience.

• Understanding why Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and Cultural Intelligence (CQ) are the foundations to employee motivation and communication.

• Being able to recognise the core attributes of an Inclusive Leader, why they are important and how to nurture them.

• How to ask the right questions and determine how employee experience can be measured and tracked.

Following the presentation Joanne will be around for an open Q&A where you can challenge her with your thoughts or maybe event ask her for some ideas on how you can tackle your own challenges.

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