Practical tools, ideas and support to deliver employee engagement

Engaging ideas is established to focus on the fast developing field of employee engagement and its inter-relationship with change management, by providing practical exercises, ideas and support to inspire employee engagement and deliver higher business performance.

It accomplishes this by working at the inter-section of people focused change strategy and implementation, creative communications and intervention design and delivery, as well as program management.

Its core product is a pack of cards that provides practical exercises and ideas designed to help better inspire employee engagement and change, in order to deliver higher business performance.

The pack is not a theoretically biased “best practice” guide. It is a practical toolkit – employee engagement and change inspiration “in a box.”

It comprises 54 cards split into three suites – discover, design and deliver – along with a booklet providing contextual information.

The face of each card describes a single exercise or idea, and the back of each card provides stimuli designed to inspire fresh thinking and to kick-start action.

The pack can be used with specificity or with scale: to develop peoples’ thinking, to enhance change efforts, as content for workshops and conferences, to help integrate cultures, to bring a brand to life, to design and deliver a compelling employee engagement strategy and much more.

It works by getting people better engaged on the issue of engagement.

Founder and author, Rob Fox, comments:

“there is a lot of excellent theory on employee engagement and its inter-relationship with change. Our research shows that much of this theory too often leaves practitioners with the vital question of what they should actually do in order to better inspire higher engagement as the foundation for delivery of higher business performance.

“The practical bias of the Engaging ideas service offer and card pack, is developed precisely to help them resolve this.

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