HR conference 2013: The many faces of employee engagement

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15th October 2013

Annual Conference 2013 delegate pack
Gwen Leeming: IES

Chair’s opening address
Sally Hopson: Pets at Home

Where is engagement going? A critical perspective
Linda Holbeche: The Holbeche Partnership

The Engage for Success movement: Progress and future direction
David MacLeod and Nita Clarke: Engage for Success

Engagement: The importance of continuous improvement
John Greatrex: Unipart

Creating an environment where employees thrive
Norman Pickavance and Wendy Hirsh: IES

Academic and practitioner perspectives on engagement: Convergence or divergence
Katie Truss: University of Kent

Engagement in Higher Education
Nicola Carter: UCEA

Engagement in Higher Education: Case study
Karen Cregan: University of Chester

Engagement debate
Mary Mercer: IES

IES engagement round up
Dilys Robinson, Peter Reilly, Mary Mercer, Penny Tamkin: IES

The Palace: Perspectives on organisation design
Valerie Garrow and Sharon Varney: IES

Talent management: A four-step approach
Victoria Campbell and Wendy Hirsh: IES