At the Association of Business Psychologist Conference in May 2011 John Turner from the University of Hertfordshire led a session on open dialogue ‘ a simple methodology for initiating and facilitating a free flowing dialogue.
During his session he introduced ‘A collaborative method for defining the dialogue focus’. Once we had decided on a broad topic, he asked us to get into small groups and come up with 10 questions relevant to the topic.
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At the Association of Business Psychology conference recently, Jo Hennessy and Dilip Boury from Roffey Park shared their recent research into employee engagement.
A three-part model
Their research suggests three key components to employee engagement: my job, my organization, my value. Their report ‘The human voice of employee engagement: understanding what lies beneath the surveys’ gives a full and readable account of the factors that make a difference. A key finding is that pride is at the heart of employee engagement.
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