CPD3: Employee Engagement – October 22nd 2014
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The third in our series of CPD Workshops for Managers is on Wednesday October 22nd, 2014 with a session on Employee Engagement led by Fergus Barry.
Employee engagement is an essential strategic imperative for all organisations. However, global research tells us that only 13% of employees are actively engaged in their work. Such a low level of engagement is a real threat to organisational success but represents a significant competitive opportunity for organisations that can get it right.
This session will cover:
- Engagement as a competitive advantage
- Key principles of employee engagement
- How to activate engagement levels within an organisation
Every attendee should leave with a solid understanding of the link between engagement and performance and the tools available to improve it in their organisation.
Date: 22nd October 2014
Time: Registration from 8.00am | Workshop 8.30 – 10.00am
Venue: IMI Conference Centre, Sandyford, Dublin 16
Registration: Please use the Event Registration form above to register for this event.
*Registration is not confirmed until payment is received, where applicable.
Fee: IMI Corporate & Personal Members – Complimentary
IMI Alumni – €25* Pay now
Non-members – €125* Pay now
Please note that registration will close at 5pm on Monday October 20th.
About IMI CPD
Aimed at mid to senior level managers, our quarterly CPD Workshops and Management Digests are designed to ensure you and your team are constantly refreshing and enhancing your management and leadership knowhow. Facilitated by IMI Faculty, our CPD Workshops focus on live Best Practice Management themes. A companion quarterly digest from the IMI Knowledge Centre, highlights the latest management thinking on the theme of the day in an accessible format and ensures you are always up to date with new ideas.
He has delivered leadership programmes for organisations such as General Electric, Pepsi, Boston Scientific, Department of Enterprise Trade and Employment, Department of Foreign Affairs, Dairygold, Central Bank, Eagle Star, Kerry Group, Sisk Group, Bord Gais, Glaxo Smithkline and Fexco etc. As Head of the School of Business and Humanities at the National College of Ireland he led the design, approval and launch of a new Masters Degree in HRM. Fergus has lectured in HRM at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and has led research projects on Strategic Retention, Performance Management, Succession Planning and the usage of Competencies in Irish industry.
He has completed strategic consultancy work at national and international level. Fergus has delivered a number of papers at international conferences on topics such as Strategic HRM, Team Working and the Role of the Front Line Manager. His major interest is in the development and implementation of Strategic HRM Policies and Procedures that improve business results.
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