There's a direct connection between having an engaged workforce and delivering better results for the business. If your employees feel happy, motivated and listened to, they will naturally want to do their best at work.

Your employee engagement survey results present a number of opportunities to help you further drive performance in your organisation.

This expert view will cover:

  • Why businesses should analyse employee engagement
  • Different approaches to analysis
  • How to turn results into action
  • Top tips and common mistakes

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Debbie Mitchell

Debbie Mitchell

Debbie Mitchell is an organisational development consultant at Mitchell Palmer Ltd specialising in employee engagement, coaching, talent management and people centred change.

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