Over 15 unique Conversation Cards designed to stimulate productive discussion and debate
Our Conversation Cards are specially designed to give people managers and business leaders a genuine insight into the level of engagement within their organisations.
Concise, succinct, yet incredibly enlightening, our Conversation Cards are built around the four pillars of employee engagement (What I Feel, What I Experience, What I Believe and What I Know) and allow for an unparalleled understanding of employee perceptions of engagement, benchmarked against industry standards taken from the latest research and data.
Designed to support you in having collaborative, engaging conversations with your employees, each Conversation Card contains three questions based around the four pillars of employee engagement, which you can tailor according to the particular theme you want to explore.
‘On a scale of 1-10, how well do you understand our purpose?’,
‘Only 34% of disengaged employees think their ideas and suggestions matter. Do you feel yours matter here?’
‘Is there anything that your senior leaders/managers can do to help you understand more about how your contributions are enabling us to achieve our goals?’.
The Conversation Cards will help you to stimulate effective discussion and debate about what matters most in your business. And if you haven’t got the time for an extended conversation, not to worry – just limit the number of questions you ask!
This special IC Field Guide is packed with data and research so you can easily get the lowdown on the state of the industry in 2017. Take a look back at the world of Internal Comms and Employee Engagement in 2017 and see what’s been happening, what’s changed for the better, and what challenges the industry still faces...
Supercharge your storytelling skills through the power of visual metaphors with our creative and versatile Storytelling Cards.
With 32 beautiful designs, this pack of cards are an ideal launch pad for a huge number of activities to stimulate constructive storytelling in the workplace, in an education setting or even at home with friends and family.
Terms like employee engagement, employee wellbeing and even internal communications weren’t widely used inside organisations until fairly recently. But did we really need this terminology to know that it was desirable for people to feel valued, recognised, and connected with their organisation?
Delve into this hot-off-the-press report from H&H and find definitive proof that effective internal comms not only has a significant impact on the bottom line – but on employee engagement, health and wellbeing too
Did you know that just 24% of global employees are highly engaged?
Or that 44% of employees don’t feel senior leaders are providing clear direction about where their organisation is headed?Or even that – prepare for a double-take – companies with engaged employees outperform those without by 202%?If you didn’t, now you do, and we’ve compiled even more surprising and thought-provoking facts for you in our IC Field Guide!
The world of internal communications and employee engagement has come a long way since the landmark study undertaken by MacLeod and Clarke back in 2009. And in the cut-and-thrust of day-to-day firefighting, it can be tough to keep on top of what’s happening in the field – a field that’s changing faster than you can say ‘where’s my megaphone?’.
The good news is you don’t need to trawl through reams and reams of studies, research and data to stay up-to-date, as we’ve done the hard work for you!