Posts Tagged engagement

An interview with Ryan Cheyne on the rentalcars Values Festival

My Twitter and LinkedIn timelines looked very colourful recently, as lots of people at rentalcars.com shared photos of their ‘Values Festival’, with lots of fancy dress and a VW campervan. I spoke with Ryan Cheyne, rentalcars.com People Director, to find out more.

#cipdnap15 – The serious business of happiness for increasing engagement and maintaining a healthy organisation

Some people bring happiness when they walk into a room, some people bring happiness when they leave. Choose which one you want to be.

HRevent15 – Guide Dogs – Extraordinary partnerships through extraordinary people

My blog post of a session at #hrevent15 where Steve Vaid and Jo Sullivan of Guide Dogs shared something of their change journey.

#CIPDNAP14 – Gemma Reucroft – Social Media and the HR Professional

Social Media is changing everything. This is a live-blog of Gemma Reucroft’s opening keynote at the CIPD Northern Area Partnership in York, June 2014, where Gemma talks about how HR can embrace social media.

#cipdLDshow – Linking development with employee engagement initiatives

Case studies from General Mills and Alcoa on how to link L&D with employee engagement.

#CIPD13 – Creating cultural purpose and vision

One-sentence summary: A clear mission which articulates the impact you want to make on society provides a powerful unifying mission which helps to engage people in delivering to those you serve

#CIPD13 – Creating the best workplace on earth

One sentence summary: HR, you need to get over yourselves and create an authentic workplace which allows people to be the best them, their authentic self because anything less won’t do.

Do what you’re best at

Exploring the statement in The Kingfisher Coaching Manifesto; ‘Each and every day, do what you’re best at. Play to your strengths and value other people for theirs. Everyone shines given the right lighting.’ and asking whether you’re doing what you’re best at.

Bringing People and Projects together

This guest post looks how to work with a group of project managers to ensure that projects are well run.