The North West Employee Engagement Group (NWEEG) has a declared vision of making the North West the best place to work in the world and its programme of events and thought leadership articles, during 2018, will help put engagement firmly on the business agenda.
The Group, founded in 2014, has over 200 members and is the North West’s leading employee engagement membership group, connecting HR professionals and business leaders with engagement specialists and peers. They present evidence and real-life, practical experiences of how business leaders have successfully engaged with their teams and subsequently improved their businesses as a result.
NWEEG holds bi-monthly events throughout Lancashire and seeks to encourage businesses across the North West to better engage with their people, their customers and stakeholders.
Andrew Henderson, one of six NWEEG Leaders, said: “To achieve our vision in making the North West of England the best place to work in the world, it is crucial that we provide a professional forum where HR professionals and business leaders, from across the region, can come together to share best practice, knowledge, experiences and aspirations. Because business is constantly evolving, we believe it is vital for people to come together and find out more about the various challenges that organisations face when setting out an engagement strategy.”
For 2018, NWEEG has partnered with nine Ambassadors and the Leaders to act as role models and key figures to ensure everyone understands that regular engagement is a crucial element in ensuring that your Board and managers can participate in effective and timely two-way dialogue.
People are a business’ largest asset and NWEEG is open to business leaders from across the North West who understand that the power is in their people. NWEEG guides people to understand that being more engaged at work will result in sales growth, productivity and improved health and well-being.
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