How can you achieve competitive advantage through your employees?

Having a strong company culture which focuses on your business core values, beliefs, and behaviours can help retain and attract employees and build a stronger relationship within your business and with your clients.

Supporting your employee wellbeing and creating a healthy company culture of energy and vitality, all leads to increased productivity, stronger retention and recruitment and a strong sense of employee ownership – which fundamentally will set you apart from your competition.

Your hosts will be Leanne Spencer and Tim McEwan.

Leanne is a TEDx speaker, bestselling author and founder of Bodyshot Performance Limited. Bodyshot Performance Limited is an award-winning health, fitness and wellbeing company that creates total solutions to optimise you and your employees mind, body and wellbeing.

Tim is a leadership and org culture speaker and consultant. He has been focusing on developing leaders for 25 years and helping organisations develop the appropriate cultures to be as productive and effective as possible.

Tim started his career in the Army and moved into the commercial world of development from a role on the staff at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. Since then he has worked around the world with organisation as diverse as financial services, pharmaceuticals, legal and construction. What do they all have in common? A need to be productive and effective with a supportive culture.

Leanne and Tim will be exploring the benefits of creating a healthy culture at work, with the following key takeaways to focus on:

  • Understanding the benefits of strengthening your company culture and what that means for you and your business

  • How to take the time to listen to the ideas and challenges of your peers

  • Ensuring you make time to stop and reflect on creating a more fulfilling environment within your business

  • How to use your culture to attract and retain talent

  • Review a series of case studies from businesses listed in the ‘Times 100 Best Companies To Work For’ who promote a healthy company culture and wellbeing

Who should attend?

We’re looking to invite the key decision makers responsible for: HR, Culture, Employee Engagement and Retention, Talent, and Development and Execution of Strategy.

 

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