Best Companies Live
Employee engagement insight and celebration at Best Companies Live Q1
Friday 3rd February saw us host our first virtual event of 2023. Broadcast live from MediaCity, Dan Walker was back to host the conversation, covering a packed schedule of topical insight sessions and the first quarterly reveal of the Best Companies to Work For league tables – nationally, regionally and by sector.
Free-to-view panel discussions on the infamous red chairs covered topics such as supporting workforces through a deepening cost-of-living crisis, how to listen to employees to build corporate confidence and ways to break down silos and create a vision that unites.
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With the cost-of-living crisis set to deepen in 2023, how are organisations responding and supporting their employees, whilst prices continue to rise, and recession looms.
Our data demonstrates that employees lose trust in the leadership skills of their senior management team when they do more telling than listening. In this session we explore what organisations are doing to really listen to their people and the confidence they are building as a result.
Operating in silos can create poor relationships between teams, negatively impacting workplace cohesion and as a result, employee engagement. How are leaders breaking down these silos and creating a strong collective vision for the whole organisation.
As the economic outlook worsens, it’s more important than ever that managers create a sense of certainty within their teams. How are the best managers navigating these uncertain times and creating clarity for their people.
In such challenging times, which organisations are excelling with their engagement strategies, and how exactly are they doing it.