Bin anonymous employee surveys and see engagement rise?
Date(s) - 21st January 2020
6:15 pm - 8:45 pm
Novotel London City South
It’s generally acknowledged that employee engagement surveys should be anonymous because otherwise people will not speak freely. However, there’s a growing school of thought that believes the opposite might well be the case. In fact, in many instances surveys actually seem to gather better, more comprehensive data from more willing employees if they are not anonymised.
The London HR Connection is delighted to welcome two experts in this area to join us at our first event of 2020 to discuss the case for the non-anonymous employee engagement survey and how they have realised the benefits from using this approach. David Blackburn is the Chief People Officer at the Financial Services Compensation Scheme and a multi-award winning and acknowledged thought leader in the D&I and engagement space. He will be joined for this discussion by Piers Bishop, the co-founder at WeThrive and a pioneer in the use of innovative technology in employee engagement.
In a wide ranging conversation, David and Piers will discuss how the FSCS has created a culture of listening, learning and doing using employee engagement surveys, how employee engagement surveys can be used to unpick underlying motivators for poor engagement as well as what is driving successful teams and how using this approach makes line managers more accountable.
6.15pm – 6.45pm registration and welcome drinks
6.45pm – 7.45pm presentation
7.45pm – 8.45pm drinks, canapes and informal networking
Venue: Novotel London City South, 53-61 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 9HH