Forthcoming events, webinars, forums and insights
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We enjoy meeting people and sharing our passion for employee engagement, communication and culture change by hosting or speaking at events. As volunteer ambassadors for Engage for Success we have created a new online forum to help deliver its mission of promoting employee engagement as a better way to work. These events are free to attend and support organisations to overcome the many challenges in 2020. Find out which events are coming up and sign up to discover new insights or join the conversation. Alternatively, check out some of our previous events and boost your knowledge by watching on demand, the choice is yours.
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Transforming Customer Culture
11 March 2021, 12-1pm
Silke Brittain will welcome Kenlyn Klamper, VP People and Culture at Apkodo, Emma Rose Hurst, Culture and Engagement Director and Employee Experience Consultant at Novartis and Jane Roques-Shaw, People Growth and Experience at Warner Media for the sixth panel discussion in our Re-Inventing the Human Workplace series. Silke, Kenlyn and Emma Rose will explore and lead the audience into a conversation and discussion around how best to transform and co-create an engaging culture using the pandemic as a springboard to evaluate and 'build back better' in an evolving future of work. Sounds interesting? Then join us for our March forum on Thursday 11th March, 12-1pm.
Combining Customer Experience and Employee Experience
11 February 2021, 12-1pm
Tom Morrell will welcome Kate Pritchard, Head of Engagement and Leadership at Questback for the sixth panel discussion in our Re-Inventing the Human Workplace series. Tom and Kate will explore and lead the audience into a conversation and discussion around overlaying customer experience with employee experience data and how democratising feedback relates to overall performance improvement and growth. Sounds interesting? Then join us for our February forum on Thursday 11th February, 12-1pm.
Measuring Engagement Outcomes
14 January 2021, 12-1pm
Silke Brittain will welcome Mark Thompson, Head of Growth at The Happiness Index and Rachel Armstrong, L&D Business Partner at One Manchester for the fifth panel discussion in our Re-Inventing the Human Workplace series. Silke, Rachel and Mark will explore and lead the audience into a conversation and discussion around measuring outcomes from engagement and why and how this relates to overall business performance and growth. Sounds interesting? Then join us for our first event in 2021 on Thursday 14th January, 12-1pm.
Talents and Teams in Transition
3 December 2020, 12-1pm
Silke Brittain will welcome Meirion Gravell, Group HR Director at Adelie Foods and Luke Hutchison, Head of HR at Ecosurety for the fourth panel discussion in our Re-Inventing the Human Workplace series. Silke will explore and lead the audience into a conversation and discussion around the challenges of maintaining performance in the light of expanding and shrinking teams. We will touch on virtual onboarding, transitions and exit of team members and the effects on performance and productivity. Sounds interesting? Then join us at our next event on Thursday 3rd December, 12-1pm.
How Internal Communications Transforms Employee Engagement
5 November 2020, 3-4pm
Silke Brittain will welcome Caroline Ward, Head of Culture and Internal Communications at Slater + Gordon and Nicholas Wardle, Head of Employee Engagement & Communications at One Housing for the third panel discussion in our Re-Inventing the Human Workplace series. Silke will explore and lead the audience into a conversation and discussion around the connection between internal communication and employee engagement and the role internal communication plays to support high levels of engagement. Sounds interesting? Then join us at our next event on Thursday 5th November, 3-4pm.
How to Improve Collaboration
1 October 2020, 3-4pm
Silke Brittain and Mark Wilkinson will welcome Jane Ginnever, Founding Director of Shift, Tim Dew, Founding Director of Games Without Frontiers and Michael Hughes, Founder and Managing Director of Orbit Engage for the second panel discussion in our Re-Inventing the Human Workplace series. Silke and Mark will explore and lead the audience into a conversation and discussion around the science behind collaboration and why and how gamification works to drive performance improvement, improve connectivity or support culture change. Sounds interesting? Then join us at our next event on Thursday 1st October, 3-4pm.
How to Develop a Company Culture for Returning to Work
24 September 2020, 4-5pm
Returning to work after furlough signifies a new era for organizations. The workplace is forever transformed as companies and employees adjust to a new way of working.
Join ContactMonkey in conversation with Silke Brittain of ClearVoice, on Thursday, September 24 at 11:00 a.m. ET (4:00 p.m. BST) to gain expert advice on ensuring a smooth return to the workplace.
In this webinar, we will discuss how organizations can create a physically and psychologically safe environment for employees to successfully transition back to work.
Re-Inventing the Human Workplace
3 September 2020, 3-4pm
Join us as we ask our panellist whether it's time for human leaders to step up and re-invent a more human workplace? Valerie Mann, Director of People at Elder, and Daksha Desai, Acting Chief People Officer at Haringey Council join Silke Brittain, ClearVoice and Tom Morrell, Alive and Thrive Wellbeing to discuss:
1. What approach to take for people returning from furlough?
2. How to deal with redundancies in a humane way?
3. How to re-imagine the workplace in a socially responsible way?
4. What it takes to re-invent a human workplace?
Strong Leadership in a New World of Work
30 July 2020, 3-4pm
Nigel Girling, Strategic Leadership Thinker, Speaker, Writer and Mentor will be our guest speaker. Our host, Silke Brittain, ClearVoice will explore and lead us into a conversation and discussion with Nigel around the what, why and how of Strong Leadership. Sounds interesting? Then join us at our next event on Thursday 30th July, 3-4pm.
Behavioural Science: What Motivates People to Change
16 July 2020, 3-4pm
Tim Houlihan, Chief Behavior Strategist at Behavior Alchemy will join us from Minneapolis and not only give us an insight into behavioural science and how our brains work to be motivated to change our behaviour. Living and working in the 'epicentre' of the killing of George Floyd, Tim has a very poignant story to tell about the interactions between our logical and emotional brain. Join us for what promises to be the most insightful event to date and hear from my dear friend and behavioural science mentor on Thursday 16th July, 3-4pm.
The Future of Work in the Age of COVID-19
2 July 2020, 3-4pm
Mark Wilkinson will be hosting a panel discussion with our guests: Jenni Workman, Global People Consultation and Richard Roberts, People Director at Pure Planet. They'll explore:
1. Impact of the pandemic
2. Skills and competencies employees need to develop to flourish in the new normal
3. Noticeable changes to the world of work and implications for the future, for HR / People directors and senior leaders
4. How are you using the opportunity to rethink and reshape the organisation into something better
5. Advice to leaders who want to get back to performing to its potential as quickly as possible
Managing, Mentoring and Motivating a Remote Workforce
18 June 2020, 3-4pm
John Purnell, Managing Director of Anglepoise, will be our guest speaker. He will lead us into a conversation and discussion around managing, mentoring and motivating a remote workforce. Sounds interesting? Then join us at our next event on Thursday 18th June, 3-4pm.
HR in Ya PJ's Episode 13
11 June 2020, 1-2pm
Hosted by: Rosey Jarvis, Community Manager, The Happiness Index and Silke Brittain, Director - People Insight, Engagement and Culture, ClearVoice. Topics include:
1. People change and human needs
2. Social connections and organisational network analysis
3. Influencing, motivating and engaging people with change
4. Gamification in culture and behaviour change
Video coming soon
Check out other HR in Ya PJ's Episodes from The Happiness Index.
Supporting Employees' Mental Health and Wellbeing Remotely
4 June 2020, 3-4pm
Hear from Natasha Wallace, Head of Wellbeing, Clear Review as she joins Silke Brittain, Director People Insight, Engagement & Culture, ClearVoice to discuss:
1. Impact of remote working on mental health
2. Skills and attributes needed from managers
3. Identify signs of people 'struggling'
4. Resources and help available to managers