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Get the Balance Right: Finding the “Sweet Spot” Between Ownership and Inclusion Article posted 19th May 2017

The field of social psychology provides some fantastic insights in to teambuilding; insights that, properly applied, could make all the difference in attempts to enhance employee engagement. One seemingly counterintuitive tip comes from research on...

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Changing tyres? Article posted 19th Apr 2017

Have you ever had to change a tyre manually? Hard work, isn’t it? Although we’ve all got tools to change a tyre in the boot of the car, how much effort do we need to put in to achieve this? I’m no expert myself, but I suspect that within...

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We're 2 years old! Article posted 13th Apr 2017

On the 13th April 2015, The Engagement Coach began trading for the first time. Whilst the initial days were daunting, we have had the pleasure of working with some fantastic HR Directors and CEOs of some amazing brands. All of this has been achieved...

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Professor Richard Crisp joins the team at The Engagement Coach Article posted 10th Mar 2017

Research has always been an essential component in the work we carry out at The Engagement Coach. With our continued focus on the latest research into the science of human behaviour, we are pleased to announce Professor Richard Crisp is joining the team...

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How do we stay switched on at work? Article posted 2nd Mar 2017

I’ve been to a number of conferences recently where there is more talk of the impending doom that the digital world is going to bring to us. No doubt you will have read about the recent articles sharing how any role or job that involves repetition...

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The whole truth and nothing but the truth… Article posted 1st Feb 2017

Employee engagement isn’t as simple as it sounds. Yes, this usually involves a survey. Yes of course it’s confidential and you can tell us anything you want, because we really want to know what you think, so we can make a positive difference...

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