CIPD and Engage for Success announce a new collaboration
Friday, 30th September 2016
As proud partners of both the CIPD and the Engage for Success movement, eras are delighted to share the news of a new collaboration which will see the CIPD become the prime sponsor of Engage for Success.
By working closing together they will combine their voices to influence and support organisational thinking and practice to build more engaged, productive and aligned workforces.
Best Employers Eastern Region initiative features on Mustard TV
Friday, 23rd September 2016
Ahead of the Best Employers Eastern Region conference and awards on Thursday 6 October, Pure and eras ltd were invited on Mustard TV’s Business Extra show to explain more about the initiative .
East Anglia's 'Best Employers' to be crowned at innovative workplace culture conference
Friday, 16th September 2016
The Best Employers Eastern Region 2016 Awards conference will take place on Thursday 6 October at Hengrave Hall in Bury St Edmunds, celebrating the region’s best places to work and featuring guest speakers from high profile organisations discussing leadership, culture and its impact on business performance.
Best Employers Eastern Region Engagement Conference and Awards.
Celebrating the region’s best employers, the Best Employers Eastern Region engagement conference will feature guest speakers from organisations leading the way in employee engagement. We will also celebrate the leading companies who have taken part in the survey.
Managing Things or Leading People?
Leadership today comes with many diversions, most of which tend to drift away from leadership itself. To the point where today’s leaders find themselves doing so many things as leaders, except leading itself.
Tasks have to be completed and effective processes put in place. These details are at the core of good management; yet often, the important role of leading people in the organisation is sacrificed for managing it and in time, leaders begin managing things more than leading people. This trend of moving away from people and other leadership priorities is a costly mistake.
The Impossible Path Of The Middle Manager
The path of the middle manager is never an easy one, positioned between the board and the workers, middle managers are often caught between a rock and a hard place. But, essential for just about everything from increasing productivity to raising engagement levels; we think they deserve better.
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