Coaching for Results in Business

Coaching for Results in Business

 Thursday, 26th May 2016

Whilst coaching has been a key part of sporting success for many years, it has only recently been highlighted as an essential business tool. In today's fast moving and complex global world, coaching is increasingly the most effective way of achieving sustained learning and development of both individuals and teams. Top performance results from properly focused attention and investment. More and more companies are turning to coaching to complement the overall development of the individual. After all, it's individuals that create excellence. This approach allows space for conventional technical skill based training as well as a focus on individual issues that enhance performance, and the payoffs are significant.

Why a culture survey could be the best thing for your business

Why a culture survey could be the best thing for your business

 Tuesday, 24th May 2016

Whether it’s the first time, or the 100th employee survey that you have put in place, sometimes the hardest team to convince is the senior management team. The Best Employer Eastern Region Survey has been designed to put you in control – you can decide to use the standard questionnaire or choose to customise the survey to suit your business. However, you may find yourself facing barriers. Here are three tips to help handle those objections:

Best Employers Eastern Region Tips for getting your employees on board

Best Employers Eastern Region Tips for getting your employees on board

 Monday, 23rd May 2016

If you have not yet started your Best Employers Eastern Region 2016 survey or if you are about to roll it out to your teams, we have some innovative suggestions designed to engage and motivate your teams. Here are a few techniques benefiting companies who are taking part in the 2016 survey:

Engagement is not just for surveys

Engagement is not just for surveys

 Friday, 20th May 2016

We believe passionately in the power of engagement, just like everyone reading this no doubt does. If we really want to change the perception that engagement is just for surveys, we need to be brave and ask more difficult questions, establish deep commitment to the cause across the board, and help people think differently about the role they play. Satisfying as landing a great engagement survey is, there is a far more engaging opportunity for all of us. Imagine what might happen to the engagement of the people in your organisation when you deliver that.

Could your organisation be crowned the Best Employer in the Eastern Region?

Could your organisation be crowned the Best Employer in the Eastern Region?

 Thursday, 7th April 2016

The Best Employers Eastern Region survey is now open for employers in Norfolk to gain essential insight into employee opinion and to be in with a chance of being crowned one of the region’s best employers.

Best Employers, Employee Engagement Conference attracts over 100 business people from across the region

Best Employers, Employee Engagement Conference attracts over 100 business people from across the region

 Wednesday, 3rd February 2016

Put simply, the Best Employers Eastern Region Initiative is three easy steps: Step one: The Survey “The Psychometric Portal’, is online and is 100% confidential, encouraging open and honest answers from employees providing an authentic reflection of your company culture and values. Step two: The Seminars Following completion of the survey, participants are invited to attend a series of workshops designed to help put the results into practice. Covering leadership and employee engagement, with guest speakers from business leaders across the region, it is the perfect opportunity to find innovative solutions for your business and find out if you have won an award. Step three: The Awards celebrate the best in the Eastern Region. All participants are automatically entered for a series of awards including: innovation, employee engagement and Customer Focus as well as county specific awards.

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