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Employee Engagement

Engaged employees drive your business

Engaged employees are at the heart of any thriving culture and engaging people around any change is crucial to it’s success.  Engagement is more than just an idea, it has a positive biological impact on the psychological health and wellbeing of individuals.

Engaged people:

  • Think clearer (have more cognitive resources available to them)
  • Have more insights
  • Have more ideas for action
  • Have few perceptual errors
  • Have a wider field of view.

Employee engagement is about enabling people to make meaning of their work and increasing energy and commitment across the workforce.

The Macleod review of employee engagement has recommended government support and more cooperation by UK businesses both large and small, to make sure the relationship between employees and employers is at the centre of successful business plans.


Download a copy of the Macleod review – Engaging for success: enhancing performance through employee engagement [Macleod review]

The CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel Development) define employee engagement as:

A combination of commitment to the organisation and its values, plus a willingness to help out colleagues (organisational citizenship).  It goes beyond job satisfaction and is not simply motivation.  Engagement is something the employee has to offer, it cannot be “required” as part of the employment contract. (CIPD 2008)


We design and develop bespoke employee engagement programmes using action learning techniques, neuroscientific research & neuroleadership principles, positive deviance techniques, imbedded through coaching.