24th March 2020
A Watson Wyatt study has shown that employee engagement training boosts financial performance four times greater than organisations that have poor engagement. Another Hay Group study has also shown engaged employees generate 43% more revenue.
According to the CIPD, sickness absence averages at 6.3 days per employee. Larger organisations report even higher absence levels. Career development and employee engagement programmes are vital for reducing staff absence and improving employee wellbeing.
Investors in People reported that one in four of UK employees are unhappy in the workplace. A happy workforce is more motivated to achieve the business’ goals and grow a lot quicker compared to those with lower employee satisfaction rates.
Here at Inspire Me, we understand how important it is in the current climate to keep employees feeling supported, engaged, and motivated with continual professional development, including leadership communication skills & problem-solving.
Brand and working culture are at the heart of everything we do. We've helped many businesses develop and improve their employee engagement strategies and customer experience. Take a look at what a handful of our partners have had to say:
Senior Managers, Cardiff
“Having been on Andrea’s course via our company Leadership Programme for Senior Managers, I was really impressed with what, and how, she delivered the session. It was engaging and energising and left me looking at how I present myself in a whole different light.”
higher save rate than the site average
“Peta was amazing – we loved every second”
improvement in work attendance
personal bests broken. Achieved best quarter ever in results.
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