Merry Christmas from The Survey Initiative!
This year, for every new client we have worked with we committed to purchasing and planting and tree through The Woodland Trust. We are delighted to announce that we have been able to plant a record number of trees this year. We would like to thank all the new clients, suppliers and team members who have made this possible.
We are genuinely committed to doing as much as we can for the environment by keeping our carbon footprint down and as such have doubled the number of trees we were able to plant by donating our christmas card budget to The Woodland Trust.
We pledge to continue this committment throughtout 2014.
To everyone who supported us in 2013, we at The Survey Initiative wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Welcome the first in our series of blogs written by CEO’s, Board members and Senior Directors. The aim is to give a feel on the current thinking, views and perceptions of employee engagement from a senior level perspective.
Our first contributor is Jacqueline Mitchell, former Human Resources and Organisational Development Director of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Can you hold your nerve?
If you are investing in improving employee engagement then you have started on, or at least raised expectations of, a journey of culture change. The thing is how does this sit with typical business leaders’ expectations?
In today’s world, business leaders are always looking for change to happen swiftly. Why wait for tomorrow, when it needs to happen today? Being agile and fast paced are the common buzz words we hear all the time; so this should apply to developing a more engaged culture where trust and the motivation to excel go hand in hand…shouldn’t it?
Well, wouldn’t that would be great! But … read more »