What is the true benefits of engaged employees?

The 15th Annual Employee Engagement Summit 2020 will be taking place on the 04/03/20 at the Hilton Hotel Canary Wharf, and will provide an understanding of the latest research, data and thought leadership on successfully engaging employees in the workplace.

Employee engagement is not a new concept. There is a wealth of case studies, best practice and evidence supporting its impact on driving productivity, collaboration, wellbeing, innovation and the bottom-line.

There are, however, changing circumstances that consistently require organisations to review and benchmark the way that they view and manage employee engagement.

We will hear from organisations who will share key insights into how they are leading the way through engaging their employees and effective reward strategies and best practice for 2020.

The conference will be chaired by Dr Amy Bradley, faculty and program director at Hult International Business School.

Dr Bradley is a professor, writer, speaker and corporate trainer specialising in compassion and engagement at work. She is particularly interested in how crucible experiences in our personal lives, such as bereavement or critical illness, shape who we are and how we lead.

In 2020, she made it onto the prestigious Thinkers50 Radar list of global management thinkers. Her research has been published in academic and practitioner publications including Harvard Business Review, Forbes Magazine and Management Today, and in the press, including BBC online and The Guardian. Her new book, The Human Moment has been longlisted for CMI’s Management Book of the Year 2020. In it, she argues that organisations must find ways of becoming more compassionate in an age where our work is increasingly de-humanised.

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Darius is the editor of HRreview. He has previously worked as a finance reporter for the Daily Express. He studied his journalism masters at Press Association Training and graduated from the University of York with a degree in History.