Performance, Engagement and Tech: The future of workplace productivity
Stuart Hearn, CEO of Clear Review and Ian MacRae, Workplace Psychologist
About this talk
Engagement is a performance problem. The answer could transform your organization.
Economies may be growing but our productivity (and our engagement) is not keeping pace. It doesn't matter how many yoga classes you put on or how much free fruit you supply: tinkering at the edges won’t get people engaging with their jobs.
Discover new ways of measuring, tracking and acting on employee engagement. We’ll offer insights into how your people feel about their jobs; talk about how to support and develop energy, purpose and immersion; and explain why engaged employees offer more in terms of productivity and profitability. Backed by the latest psychological thinking and with metrics designed to help you get the most from your people, this is employee engagement designed with a clear focus on performance, both from a task and a team perspective.
Join us and unpick the connection between good performance management and effective, business-focused employee engagement. We’ll share the metrics that link the two, discuss the tech that supports them and reveal where the ultimate responsibility for this lies. We’ll discuss the research that underpins our thinking, and explain why workplace engagement, more than any other single factor, is the best predictor of sustainable performance.
Stuart Hearn is the founder and CEO of Clear Review, the UK’s fastest-growing performance management and employee engagement software business. Ian MacRae is a workplace psychologist and the managing director of High Performance Psychology. They’ll be sharing their insights and research and answering questions on the new state of employee engagement and how employers can use this essential metric to create high-performing individuals and teams in the 21st century workplace.