Tag Archive: Involvement

06 June 2015 / by Ashley Freeman

What Can Jamie Oliver’s 40th Birthday Teach Us About Involvement?

What does an involved workforce look like? In a recent interview with HR Grapevine magazine, Head of People and Development at the Jamie Oliver Group, Daniel Eley, outlined the Jamie Oliver approach to an involved team:   “We’re always looking for people who are passionate about what they do and are really involved and engaged […]

11 November 2014 / by Ashley Freeman

Roll Up! Roll Up! INVOLVE @ CIPD 2014

A big thankyou to all delegates at the CIPD 2014 event in Manchester last week (5th & 6th November) that stopped by our coconut shy stand! Thank you all for your great photo sharing on Twitter, too.     @involve_uk pic.twitter.com/WRDqJ1FD0k — Angus Crockett (@photgus) November 5, 2014     Every year, CIPD put on […]

09 September 2014 / by Ashley Freeman

How To Run A Successful Product Launch

A successful product launch opens up new markets, brings in new customers and increases business with the existing ones. Successful internal brand and product launches depend on three things: planning, preparation and employee involvement. Success relies on employees understanding the key selling points and advantages of the new brand or product, and being able to […]

08 August 2014 / by Ashley Freeman

Wholefoods: The Model Of Involvement

How would you feel waking up in the same room as your boss? Brushing your teeth together? Sharing breakfast? Weird, right? Well, it’s a little unorthodox, but the Wholefoods approach to employee engagement is having a huge impact on their company culture – and their bottom line.   Company Sleepovers?   “I know this sounds […]

05 May 2014 / by Ashley Freeman

The Link Between Leadership & Community

“No man is an island, Entire of itself, Every man is a piece of the continent, A part of the main.” No Man Is An Island, John Donne   No man is an island. No leader is an island. Leadership cannot be a solitary task. Even Steve Jobs at Apple failed miserably in the early […]

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