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The movement for employee engagement. Committed to the idea that there is a better way to work, a better way to enable personal and organisational growth.

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Radio Show #366: How our People Managers Can Unlock our Outcomes

Special Guest: Nicola EllwoodMSc. Executive Leadership Coach and Culture & Communication specialist What part do our people managers play in the wellbeing, performance and engagement of our people? A lot. We often hear that phrase ‘there is no such thing as an organisation, it is merely a collective of people all moving towards a common outcome’. How productively we move forward and the success of our outcomes really is down to our people, how engaged, productive and performing they are. And the biggest influencer of that is the line manager. But how do they actually create engagement – how do they actually do it? What is it in terms of their mindset, their beliefs, their behaviour and their communication that creates engagement within the individuals within their teams? How specifically do they do that, and how can we help our managers do it and enable our organisational outcomes? During this interview, Communication and Mindset specialist Nicola Ellwood will share exactly what people managers can do to help their teams unlock productivity, performance and lead their people forward with maximum engagement. Nicola is a Master Coach (MSc) and Certified Trainer and Master Practitioner of NLP. She coaches leaders to help them create and lead the conditions for engagement within their organisation, whilst supporting managers with the skills to actually be able to do it. Join us as we discuss how people managers create engagement. Listen Live (Archive Available) Host: Jo Moffatt

31 min4 d ago
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Radio Show #366: How our People Managers Can Unlock our Outcomes

Radio Show #365: Organisational Purpose and Purposefulness

ChrisGambleMBA is a communications, change and engagement strategist, facilitator and coach. In his role as Engagement and Strategy Director at Morgan, he works with some of the world’s most respected brands to help organisations, teams and individuals define and bring their purpose to life. Join us as we talk about Organisational Purpose and Purposefulness and the research that Chris led to establish a model of Purposefulness and the UK’s first benchmark (plus all of the insights that came as a result of this). Host: Jo Dodds Listen Live(archive available)

31 min1 w ago
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Radio Show #365: Organisational Purpose and Purposefulness

Radio Show #364: After Action Review approach and impact on staff engagement

Special Guest: Judy Walker Senior Business Consultant at iTS Leadership Ltd Judy is a Subject Matter Expert in the After Action Review (AAR) approach and has been instrumental in developing AAR for use in the NHS, Higher Education and Corporate Environments. Judy led the team that delivered a ground-breaking education programme to equip clinical staff to lead AARs at University College London Hospitals Foundation Trust (UCLH)and earned her stripes as an AAR Conductor through facilitating many AARs for clinical incidents. In 2019, after 34 years in the NHS, Judy joined iTS Leadership to be able to concentrate on bringing the benefits of AAR to a wider audience. The value of improving team and business performance using the After Action Review approach has been brought to life in Black Box Thinking by Matthew Syed and we know it is being used in a variety of successful USA companies. Yet it is only just beginning to be introduced across Europe, so we are at a very exciting stage in ou...

34 min2 w ago
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Radio Show #364: After Action Review approach and impact on staff engagement

Radio Show #363:What Employee Engagement Needs to Learn from CUSTOMER Engagement

Special Guest: Scott Gould: Author, Speaker, Consultant In the words of David Zinger, “there are many engagements”. So, what can employee engagement learn from those other engagements, and in particular, customer engagement? Or to put it another way, what should HR learn from marketing, what can the gritty world of advertising teach us about engaging our staff? Scott Gould teaches leaders and organisations how to unlock the heart of engagement. He literally wrote the book on how people engage with ideas, things, and each other – and how to follow that pattern. With former experience as a church pastor and a creative director, Scott possesses a unique insight on what leads to soulful engagement in a world where so much is only skin deep. Join us as we discuss the three key concepts from customer engagement that should be in every employee engagement strategy. Listen Live (Archive Available) Host: Jo Dodds

30 min3 w ago
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Radio Show #363:What Employee Engagement Needs to Learn from CUSTOMER Engagement

Radio Show #362: The Inclusive Workplace

Special Guest: Melissa Lamson – CEO of Lamson Consulting Melissa Lamson, CEO of Lamson Consulting, works with successful leaders to refine their professional skills and create inclusive workplaces. She knows that when leaders present the best version of themselves, individuals, teams and the organisation wins. Melissa has a Masters in Intercultural Relations. She founded companies in Europe and the US, has clients and projects in over 40 countries, and has authored 6 books. Melissa works side-by-side with a global list of C-level executives. Throughout her career, she has helped build strong leadership cultures, developed manager and leadership learning programs from the ground up, and acquired first-hand knowledge of several leading industries, including the latest advancements in AI. Today, many organisations are practicing DEI all wrong. The models and strategies that are used are outdated, irrelevant and even harmful. They certainly aren’t moving the needle. Organisations need...

30 minSEP 22
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Radio Show #362: The Inclusive Workplace

Radio Show # 361: How to Learn to be a Good Manager

Peter Economy is a best-selling business author, ghostwriter,developmental editor, and publishing consultant with more than 100 books to hiscredit (and morethan 3 million copies sold). Peter’s book ‘Managing For Dummies’sold more than 600,000 copies, and his latest book is Wait, I’m the Boss?!? – publishedinMarch 2020 by Career Press. He is The Leadership Guy onInc.comand for morethan a decade served as Associate Editor for Leader to Leadermagazine—published by the Frances Hesselbein Leadership Forum in New York City. According to Gallup,bad bosses are the #1 reason why employees quit their jobs. Ipersonallybelieve the reason why there are so many bad bosses is because theyhaven’t learned how to begoodbosses. Most companies don’t train managers to be managers — they simply promote someone into the position and hope for the best. This is not a very effective approach. I wrote my book Wait, I’m the Boss?!? to provide new (and existing) managers with all the tools they need t...

28 minSEP 15
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Radio Show # 361: How to Learn to be a Good Manager

Radio Show #360: Creating a Culture of Challenge

Special Guest: Clara Buckingham: Head of People at James and James eCommerce Fulfilment Clara Buckingham, Head of People at James and James eCommerce Fulfilment, joins us to talk about the importance of creating a workplace culture of challenge. We’ll be discussing how for businesses to achieve sustained success in today’s volatile world, every single employee regardless of role, must be able to challenge, disagree or question the status quo in the spirit of shared purpose and goals. Clara Buckingham is the Head of People at James and James eCommerce Fulfilment. James and James is among the fastest-growing companies in the UK and Europe, according to The Sunday Times and Financial Times, and Clara joined the business to develop and deliver a new people strategy and put the company firmly on the map as an employer of choice with a culture of challenge, create and deliver. Clara has over 15 years’ experience in the field including household brands such as KP Snacks, Morrisons. Join...

30 minSEP 8
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Radio Show #360: Creating a Culture of Challenge

Radio Show #359: A Round Up of Engagement Themes Discussed in Recent Times

Special Guests: co-Radio Show Hosts and co-Strategy Directors of EfS, Jo Moffatt, Woodreed & Jo Dodds, Counterpoint Matters & Lorna Leeson, founder of Little Tent During lockdown Jo M conjured up an idea for providing some practical help and ideasfor HR and internal comms practitioners and team leaders struggling with operational, communication and engagement challenges of COVID-19. HIVE is a series of videos and podcasts addressing questions and challenges that have cropped up over the last few months. We pick out the key themes and talk through some of the examples as they relate to employee engagement. Jo Moffatt ispassionate about brands and the power they have to move people. Equally as passionate about employee engagement. Put the two together and she becomes almost evangelical about the power a well-positioned and consistently delivered brand has as a catalyst for employee engagement. Jo Doddsbackground is in HR and Digital and Social Media, Jo now works with business leaders...

30 minAUG 25
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Radio Show #359: A Round Up of Engagement Themes Discussed in Recent Times

Radio Show #358: Responsible Redundancy

Paula Gardner is a career psychologist and business coach and founder ofhttps://redundancyrecoveryhub.com. She has collected a team of experts who provide expert advice, psychology based tutorials and online coaching to help people get back into work. Employers can place anyone they are making redundant onto the hub as a value for money outplacement option, complete with ongoing support for 3,6 or 12 months. Paula, who was made redundant in her early thirties, is especially keen that the hub supports people in all the other parts of their life can be impacted by redundancy - finances, relationships along with health and wellbeing. Join us as we talk about "responsible redundancy” - why employers need to be doing much more than just ticking the HR and legal checkboxes, and discuss why how you handle your redundancies will impact on the people who are staying with you long-term.

30 minAUG 18
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Radio Show #358: Responsible Redundancy

Radio Show #357: Why You Need to Provide Cross-Generation Communication Training

Special Guest: Jennifer Thompson: President of Insight Marketing Group Jennifer Thompson has served as President of Insight Marketing Group since 2006 and helps physicians and private medical practices throughout the U.S. attract and retain patients and rock-star employees. Jennifer has 20+ years of experience in marketing and business development for start-up organizations and as a marketing director for a Fortune 500 company. In 2010 & 2014, Jennifer was elected to the Orange County Board of County Commissioners where she made decisions that impacted over 1.2 million citizens and 60+ million visitors. Jennifer was often recognized for her use of social media and community outreach in her elected role. In 2013, Jennifer’s company helped a client win the Social Madness competition in Central Florida and go on to place 8th nationally. Jennifer is a serial entrepreneur who wakes up every day at 4 am ready to change the world. She has been invited to share her knowledge at multiple MG...

30 minAUG 11
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Radio Show #357: Why You Need to Provide Cross-Generation Communication Training

Latest Episodes

Radio Show #366: How our People Managers Can Unlock our Outcomes

Special Guest: Nicola EllwoodMSc. Executive Leadership Coach and Culture & Communication specialist What part do our people managers play in the wellbeing, performance and engagement of our people? A lot. We often hear that phrase ‘there is no such thing as an organisation, it is merely a collective of people all moving towards a common outcome’. How productively we move forward and the success of our outcomes really is down to our people, how engaged, productive and performing they are. And the biggest influencer of that is the line manager. But how do they actually create engagement – how do they actually do it? What is it in terms of their mindset, their beliefs, their behaviour and their communication that creates engagement within the individuals within their teams? How specifically do they do that, and how can we help our managers do it and enable our organisational outcomes? During this interview, Communication and Mindset specialist Nicola Ellwood will share exactly what people managers can do to help their teams unlock productivity, performance and lead their people forward with maximum engagement. Nicola is a Master Coach (MSc) and Certified Trainer and Master Practitioner of NLP. She coaches leaders to help them create and lead the conditions for engagement within their organisation, whilst supporting managers with the skills to actually be able to do it. Join us as we discuss how people managers create engagement. Listen Live (Archive Available) Host: Jo Moffatt

31 min4 d ago
Comments
Radio Show #366: How our People Managers Can Unlock our Outcomes

Radio Show #365: Organisational Purpose and Purposefulness

ChrisGambleMBA is a communications, change and engagement strategist, facilitator and coach. In his role as Engagement and Strategy Director at Morgan, he works with some of the world’s most respected brands to help organisations, teams and individuals define and bring their purpose to life. Join us as we talk about Organisational Purpose and Purposefulness and the research that Chris led to establish a model of Purposefulness and the UK’s first benchmark (plus all of the insights that came as a result of this). Host: Jo Dodds Listen Live(archive available)

31 min1 w ago
Comments
Radio Show #365: Organisational Purpose and Purposefulness

Radio Show #364: After Action Review approach and impact on staff engagement

Special Guest: Judy Walker Senior Business Consultant at iTS Leadership Ltd Judy is a Subject Matter Expert in the After Action Review (AAR) approach and has been instrumental in developing AAR for use in the NHS, Higher Education and Corporate Environments. Judy led the team that delivered a ground-breaking education programme to equip clinical staff to lead AARs at University College London Hospitals Foundation Trust (UCLH)and earned her stripes as an AAR Conductor through facilitating many AARs for clinical incidents. In 2019, after 34 years in the NHS, Judy joined iTS Leadership to be able to concentrate on bringing the benefits of AAR to a wider audience. The value of improving team and business performance using the After Action Review approach has been brought to life in Black Box Thinking by Matthew Syed and we know it is being used in a variety of successful USA companies. Yet it is only just beginning to be introduced across Europe, so we are at a very exciting stage in ou...

34 min2 w ago
Comments
Radio Show #364: After Action Review approach and impact on staff engagement

Radio Show #363:What Employee Engagement Needs to Learn from CUSTOMER Engagement

Special Guest: Scott Gould: Author, Speaker, Consultant In the words of David Zinger, “there are many engagements”. So, what can employee engagement learn from those other engagements, and in particular, customer engagement? Or to put it another way, what should HR learn from marketing, what can the gritty world of advertising teach us about engaging our staff? Scott Gould teaches leaders and organisations how to unlock the heart of engagement. He literally wrote the book on how people engage with ideas, things, and each other – and how to follow that pattern. With former experience as a church pastor and a creative director, Scott possesses a unique insight on what leads to soulful engagement in a world where so much is only skin deep. Join us as we discuss the three key concepts from customer engagement that should be in every employee engagement strategy. Listen Live (Archive Available) Host: Jo Dodds

30 min3 w ago
Comments
Radio Show #363:What Employee Engagement Needs to Learn from CUSTOMER Engagement

Radio Show #362: The Inclusive Workplace

Special Guest: Melissa Lamson – CEO of Lamson Consulting Melissa Lamson, CEO of Lamson Consulting, works with successful leaders to refine their professional skills and create inclusive workplaces. She knows that when leaders present the best version of themselves, individuals, teams and the organisation wins. Melissa has a Masters in Intercultural Relations. She founded companies in Europe and the US, has clients and projects in over 40 countries, and has authored 6 books. Melissa works side-by-side with a global list of C-level executives. Throughout her career, she has helped build strong leadership cultures, developed manager and leadership learning programs from the ground up, and acquired first-hand knowledge of several leading industries, including the latest advancements in AI. Today, many organisations are practicing DEI all wrong. The models and strategies that are used are outdated, irrelevant and even harmful. They certainly aren’t moving the needle. Organisations need...

30 minSEP 22
Comments
Radio Show #362: The Inclusive Workplace

Radio Show # 361: How to Learn to be a Good Manager

Peter Economy is a best-selling business author, ghostwriter,developmental editor, and publishing consultant with more than 100 books to hiscredit (and morethan 3 million copies sold). Peter’s book ‘Managing For Dummies’sold more than 600,000 copies, and his latest book is Wait, I’m the Boss?!? – publishedinMarch 2020 by Career Press. He is The Leadership Guy onInc.comand for morethan a decade served as Associate Editor for Leader to Leadermagazine—published by the Frances Hesselbein Leadership Forum in New York City. According to Gallup,bad bosses are the #1 reason why employees quit their jobs. Ipersonallybelieve the reason why there are so many bad bosses is because theyhaven’t learned how to begoodbosses. Most companies don’t train managers to be managers — they simply promote someone into the position and hope for the best. This is not a very effective approach. I wrote my book Wait, I’m the Boss?!? to provide new (and existing) managers with all the tools they need t...

28 minSEP 15
Comments
Radio Show # 361: How to Learn to be a Good Manager

Radio Show #360: Creating a Culture of Challenge

Special Guest: Clara Buckingham: Head of People at James and James eCommerce Fulfilment Clara Buckingham, Head of People at James and James eCommerce Fulfilment, joins us to talk about the importance of creating a workplace culture of challenge. We’ll be discussing how for businesses to achieve sustained success in today’s volatile world, every single employee regardless of role, must be able to challenge, disagree or question the status quo in the spirit of shared purpose and goals. Clara Buckingham is the Head of People at James and James eCommerce Fulfilment. James and James is among the fastest-growing companies in the UK and Europe, according to The Sunday Times and Financial Times, and Clara joined the business to develop and deliver a new people strategy and put the company firmly on the map as an employer of choice with a culture of challenge, create and deliver. Clara has over 15 years’ experience in the field including household brands such as KP Snacks, Morrisons. Join...

30 minSEP 8
Comments
Radio Show #360: Creating a Culture of Challenge

Radio Show #359: A Round Up of Engagement Themes Discussed in Recent Times

Special Guests: co-Radio Show Hosts and co-Strategy Directors of EfS, Jo Moffatt, Woodreed & Jo Dodds, Counterpoint Matters & Lorna Leeson, founder of Little Tent During lockdown Jo M conjured up an idea for providing some practical help and ideasfor HR and internal comms practitioners and team leaders struggling with operational, communication and engagement challenges of COVID-19. HIVE is a series of videos and podcasts addressing questions and challenges that have cropped up over the last few months. We pick out the key themes and talk through some of the examples as they relate to employee engagement. Jo Moffatt ispassionate about brands and the power they have to move people. Equally as passionate about employee engagement. Put the two together and she becomes almost evangelical about the power a well-positioned and consistently delivered brand has as a catalyst for employee engagement. Jo Doddsbackground is in HR and Digital and Social Media, Jo now works with business leaders...

30 minAUG 25
Comments
Radio Show #359: A Round Up of Engagement Themes Discussed in Recent Times

Radio Show #358: Responsible Redundancy

Paula Gardner is a career psychologist and business coach and founder ofhttps://redundancyrecoveryhub.com. She has collected a team of experts who provide expert advice, psychology based tutorials and online coaching to help people get back into work. Employers can place anyone they are making redundant onto the hub as a value for money outplacement option, complete with ongoing support for 3,6 or 12 months. Paula, who was made redundant in her early thirties, is especially keen that the hub supports people in all the other parts of their life can be impacted by redundancy - finances, relationships along with health and wellbeing. Join us as we talk about "responsible redundancy” - why employers need to be doing much more than just ticking the HR and legal checkboxes, and discuss why how you handle your redundancies will impact on the people who are staying with you long-term.

30 minAUG 18
Comments
Radio Show #358: Responsible Redundancy

Radio Show #357: Why You Need to Provide Cross-Generation Communication Training

Special Guest: Jennifer Thompson: President of Insight Marketing Group Jennifer Thompson has served as President of Insight Marketing Group since 2006 and helps physicians and private medical practices throughout the U.S. attract and retain patients and rock-star employees. Jennifer has 20+ years of experience in marketing and business development for start-up organizations and as a marketing director for a Fortune 500 company. In 2010 & 2014, Jennifer was elected to the Orange County Board of County Commissioners where she made decisions that impacted over 1.2 million citizens and 60+ million visitors. Jennifer was often recognized for her use of social media and community outreach in her elected role. In 2013, Jennifer’s company helped a client win the Social Madness competition in Central Florida and go on to place 8th nationally. Jennifer is a serial entrepreneur who wakes up every day at 4 am ready to change the world. She has been invited to share her knowledge at multiple MG...

30 minAUG 11
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Radio Show #357: Why You Need to Provide Cross-Generation Communication Training
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