Employee Engagement: Improving Productivity & Wellbeing - Virtual Conference


A 2-hour virtual conference on improving employee engagement and wellbeing to make your organisation perform better.

Zoom - Online

Date & time

Wednesday, 26 June 2024, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Advante Logo, Balfour Beatty Logo, Engage for Success Logo, Ripple & Co Logo, Severn Trent Logo

This 2 hour virtual conference will showcase the importance of employee engagement with a focus on how leadership buy-in, organisational culture, wellbeing, diversity and inclusion and building fantastic relationships are key to creating high-performing, thriving teams. 

What is this virtual conference about? 

Engaged employees can make an organisation hum.  Disengaged employees can throw a spanner in the works.

  • Engaged employees:
    • perform better, experience less burnout and stay in organisations longer. 
    • enjoy better physical and mental health, form deeper relationships with colleagues and clients, and immerse themselves in their work.
    • are more productive and motivated to do their best work, resulting in higher quality work and a more efficient workforce.

By engaging with employees, you help them to reach their full potential.  Today’s companies just can’t afford to ignore it’s impact, and modern workers expect to stay engaged.

What will I achieve?

By attending this virtual conference, you will:

    • Increase your understanding of employee engagement and why it is so critical to your organisation's success.
    • Understand the importance of prioritising wellbeing as a powerful factor in employee engagement.
    • Discover how developing good relationships is key to high performance.
    • Learn how to achieve higher and sustainable levels of employee engagement and productivity
    • Discover how to create a truly diverse, inclusive workplace where wellbeing takes centre stage
    • Be ready to unlock the potential of your employees


Download the agenda for the virtual conference here.

Who will I hear from?

Mandy Messenger, Managing Director, Advanté Limited
Melanie Page, Head of Group Innovation Programmes, Balfour Beatty
Jo Moffatt, Strategy Director, Engage for Success
Lysa Morrison
Co-founder,  Morrison Cook Collective
Eileen Donnelly,
Director, Ripple & Co
Neil Morrison, Director of Human Resources, Severn Trent

Moderated by:
Lyndsey Morrison, Collaboration Manager and Wellbeing Group Lead, Supply Chain Sustainability School

We are currently confirming more of our speakers and will update when these have been confirmed.

Who is this session suitable for?
This conference will be of particular interest to managers, those in HR, Learning and Development, and anyone interested in engaging employees with wellbeing.

What are the technical requirements?  

You will need:  

  • An internet connection 

  • A computer with a microphone and camera is best (e.g. a PC/laptop/iMac/MacBook) 

  • Earphones/headphones/speakers (preferable) 

  • A tablet/iPad/smartphone/iPhone to load facilitation tools

Can I invite a colleague? 

Yes, you can invite as many colleagues as you’d like. Simply follow the instructions when you click through to register under ‘Add or cancel additional attendees’. 

If you have any questions feel free to contact alice.crowsley@supplychainschool.co.uk

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This training session is part of the Fairness, Inclusion & Respect Programme; an industry-wide initiative that aims to make the built environment more inclusive and respectful for all. To find relevant training, e-learning modules and learning tools, please visit the FIR Toolkit.

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