Category Archives: EVP

Who’s accountable for employee engagement?

My previous post about corporate values, Employee Value Propositions (EVPs) and employee engagement inevitably led me to ponder the question of accountability and my quest led me to an excellent research report produced by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU – … Continue reading

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Getting to grips with Corporate Values, EVPs and Employee Engagement

I was asked recently to explain the different roles played by an Employee Value Proposition and corporate values in enhancing employee engagement. It was one of those questions where the answer appears self-evident but attempting to give a succinct explanation … Continue reading

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Characteristics of high performing companies

“Companies [that are] highly effective at both communications and change management are 2.5 times more likely to outperform their peers as companies that are not highly effective in either area.” This is one of the key findings of the Towers … Continue reading

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