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Creating an Integrated Employee Experience & Engagement Programme Training Course | HR Training Course

Creating an Integrated Employee Experience & Engagement Programme

01 September - 03 September 2020
The Address Hotel, Dubai Marina, Dubai, UAE

Level: Intermediate

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Course Director

David S. Cohen | Course Director

David S. Cohen


Education Partner:
York University (YU)

Education Partners

York University (YU) | Education Partner – Informa Middle East
Course Schedule
  • 01 Sep 2020 Dubai

Overview

Although Employee Engagement (EE) and Employee Experience (EX) are inseparably linked, it is becoming abundantly clear that companies which concentrate on employee engagement alone are not doing enough to successfully engage their people. The traditional “survey and respond” method of improving employee engagement has fallen short. A new approach is needed.

Employee engagement depends on the everyday employee experience – improving engagement requires a more intentional and proactive design of that experience.

In this three-day workshop, we will explore the relationship between employee experience and engagement, and how you can design and measure an experience that supports long-term engagement and performance. The results of this are: improved retention, higher levels of innovation, a stronger employer brand, and a sustained business strategy.

Organising staff parties, providing sleep pods and basketball courts, even catering gourmet food, will not increase your engagement scores. EE is only a reflection of the EX. It is the EX that drives engagement. All the trappings of recognition by co-workers, carrots, and extra time off, does not eliminate how one feels they are treated by management. Therefore, EE is only a reflection of a moment in time and not a reflection of how employees actually feel about the company. The course will ensure you think beyond creating an Employee Value Proposition (EVP) and EE scores. To ensure workforce stability, a positive reputation, higher levels of productivity, attracting talent, building a strong succession pipeline, it is imperative to build and sustain an employee experience that is not a KPI or a target for the quarter but a year-round and ongoing activity that defines the essence of who your company actually is and what you stand for now and into the future.

Who Should Attend

This course is ideal for anyone in a position of influence in an organisation and who wishes to create a strong employee experience and employer brand:

  • CHRO and Managing Directors
  • Human Resources Managers/Directors
  • Department Heads
  • Organisational Development professionals
  • Leadership Development professionals
  • Internal Communications teams

Benefits of Attending

  1. Apply a “Line of Sight” model that enables employees to understand their work is meaningful
  2. Design and measure an Employee Experience (EX) strategy that supports long-term engagement and performance
  3. Create a sustainable business strategy for improved retention, innovation and employer branding
  4. Build strategies to address the three drivers of EX
  5. Define Employee Engagement (EE) for your company and how to measure it in a meaningful way

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Creating an Integrated Employee Experience & Engagement Programme