Forget what you’ve heard about employee engagement. You need to transform interactions with all your people. Creating thriving colleague communities isn’t a nice-to-do, it’s a must-do, one that can help you to realise the benefits of the true power of engagement.
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Because unlocking the power of engagement means transforming interactions with all of your people – whether employees, temporary workers, suppliers or business partners. Even customers.
Our new guide outlines how to create thriving colleague communities that foster positive colleague experiences, happier, more productive people, increased retention and proper employee advocacy.
“For over 20 years, I’ve supported business leaders in cultivating inclusive workplace cultures. Powerful things can happen when people feel they belong. But your people extend beyond your employees. Which is why I advocate for creating thriving colleague communities.”
Advita Patel, Chief Rebel Officer, Comms Rebel
“Clients and their associated fees are the life blood of any law firm. While your staff, the colleagues who work as individuals, in practice areas and in teams collaboratively, they are the beating heart of the firm. Which is why to unlock the power of engagement, you need to transform the way you interact with all your people.”
Chris Boyle, Partner and Head of Employment and HR, Napthens
“Our 4,000 members appreciate being part of a supportive and vibrant community. Networking with fellow professionals, to share ideas, put the world to rights, even form partnerships rather than compete. Creating a thriving colleague community means taking the whole picture into account. Why limit yourself by only engaging a fraction of your stakeholders.”
Fran Eccles-Bech, Chief Executive Officer, Manchester Law Society
“As a business that empowers future business leaders to be morally brave and better communicators, creating a thriving colleague community has been transformational for us! We’ve not only built a community that fosters engagement and stimulates mutual learning, but one that facilitates cross-generational mentoring.”
Juergen Maier, co-founder, vocL