How to Create a Remarkable and Sustainable Employee Experience (Manchester)
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About The Event
For leaders creating a great workplace - a dream team in pursuit of an ambitious vision.
How did Starbucks grow from one shop to over 28,000?
Right from humble beginnings the founder of Starbucks, Howard Schultz, believed, “We are not in the coffee business serving people, but in the people business serving coffee.”
A great workplace reflects a great Employee Experience. The results of a remarkable and sustainable Employee Experience are better profits, productivity, customer success, innovation, creativity, engagement, employee health… in all a better business.
“Our business is people-capability first; then you satisfy customers; then you make money.” David Novak, former CEO of YUM! Brands (over 47,000 restaurants)
This workshop gives you to the Why, How and What that the great companies of today are using to outperform their competition. And their Whys, Hows and Whats have been used to steer tremendous growth from small beginnings to successful businesses. The methods used by these great companies are simple, cost effective and apply to people across all organisations.
• We will show you the scientific research behind Why great businesses are doing what they do,
• We will show you How (the processes) great businesses use, and
• We will show you What these great businesses do,
• So that you can discover and implement the Why, How and What that suit your business needs.
At iharmonizer we believe that Creating a Remarkable and Sustainable Employee Experience should:
• Boost your short and long-term productivity and profitability
• Add significant value to your Social and Environmental Responsibility initiatives
• Use minimal cash and time investment
• Become part of your business DNA and not the responsibility of one person or department
• The business, people and community benefits of a remarkable and sustainable Employee Experience.
• The simple, practical and constructive processes of How to create an Employee Experience that leads to increased productivity, profitability, sales, health, wellness, creativity, innovation, focus, ability to change, wellbeing, mindfulness, team work, resilience and more.
• The scientifically proven techniques great businesses are using to ensure in-house expertise to create a remarkable and sustainable Employee Experience and employee and business happiness.
Who should attend: leaders and visionaries determined to improve their Employee Experience, employee and business happiness, customer success and business health. Ideal for Directors, C suite executives, HR specialists, and team leaders of micro to large businesses.
Presenter: Richard Horner, Employee Experience and business happiness specialist. Richard is an international consultant based in London who has worked with senior leaders and managers in organisations from the former Soviet Union to Africa to America and Europe.
Guest presenters: Serena Sabala health and mindfulness specialist; and Eugene Sabala, health and mindfulness specialist.
Cost: This one-day workshop is free and includes your personal copy of The Business Happiness Canvas as well as other useful tools to help you craft a great Employee Experience.
Contributors to the Business Happiness Canvas book include David Novak, former CEO of YUM! Brands (47,000 restaurants), Jim Kavanaugh, CEO of World Wide Technology ($10 billion revenues), Gabe Newell, CEO of Valve (more productive and profitable than Google), Shawn Achor, Peter Kay and Susan Knust, amongst others.
The scientific research underpinning the book is sourced from Universities such as Cambridge, Oxford Brookes, Warwick, Exeter, Yale, Harvard, Stanford, IMD, University of California Berkeley, Cornell, Bath, Pompeu Fabra, Loyola, Deakin and many others.
What our clients say:
"I have worked with Richard for several years now. He has a wonderful knowledge of the Employee Experience and was my automatic choice to help our board and senior management with their understanding of how to improve the Employee Experience across our business. We see the Employee Experience as being an important part of the future of our business, not just for our employees but for our customers too.” Stephen Davies, CEO
“We both enjoyed your presentation immensely and took a lot out of it.” Mike Davies, HR Director.
“The Business Happiness Canvas is not only a real dip-in toolkit for creating more successful businesses but a handbook for contentment in life. Richard Horner creates balanced, well-researched reasons why we should pursue positivity, communicating effortlessly and with an infectious warmth. What’s not to like?” John Likeman, CEO.
“I really enjoyed the style in which you delivered the presentation, and the authenticity of the evidence-based facts and there were so many valuable tips.” Jim Giles, Business Development Manager.
"It was a pleasure attending the session. It was well worthwhile as there were some great concepts we can immediately apply for our Employee Experience." Neil Williams, MD
"I found the workshop to be engaging and informative and came away with a clear understanding of the Employee Experience and just how easy it can be to implement." Andrew Jones, Director
The workshop offers lasting, low cost, high return on investment processes and techniques for improving the Employee Experience and employee and business happiness. These easy to apply process and techniques are designed to become part of your business DNA, powering your business to flourish from within.
Businesses are constantly bombarded with thousands of sales pitches all promising to improve employee engagement, team morale, culture. There are team building days, beer kegs, leadership programmes, cake days, agile training, guacamole eating contests, subscription perks, manicures, pedicures, epicures and endless other cures! And they all cost good money - again and again and again! Yet employee engagement has remained stubbornly low for many, many years. This workshop offers processes and techniques that employees can master so they enjoy a remarkable and sustainable Employee Experience. This workshop also offers processes and techniques to create Employee Experience Champions in critical aspects of the Employee Experience. And Champions can offer their skills to the broader community and pile up the benefits to the business’s triple bottom line.
This workshop is for the you and me types: the innovators, the leaders, the visionaries, the thinkers, the achievers, the sloggers, the aspiring stars, the accountants, the cleaners, the chiefs, the team players, the drivers, the stayers, the architects, the chefs and the individuals, as well as investors, shareholders, company analysts, customers and suppliers.