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CIPD Cumbria Branch to host employee engagement event

Rheged Centre

The Cumbria Branch of The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development will be hosting an employee engagement event this September in Penrith.

This event is aimed at anyone who has responsibility for people or for developing people-related strategies, and will explore how employee engagement can transform the performance of organisations and the people that work in them.

Learning from over two decades of research and experience, gained with leading organisations from around the world, CIPD will explore how the employee experience has evolved – and continues to evolve – in a fast changing world. The event, which is sponsored by local specialised business law firm Baines Wilson LLP, will be guided by key speakers in the industry such as Nicholas Haines, the creator of The Vitality Test and Baines Wilson employment partner, Tom Scaife.

Eileen Kershaw, Vice Chair of CIPD Cumbria Branch, commented: “We hope that this event will give attendees the tools and techniques needed to develop an aligned, engaged and therefore productive workforce. We are passionate about championing better work and working lives, so believe the event will provide a great insight into how to create the culture and working practices needed for organisational success.”

The event will take place on Wednesday 25th September, 9am – 4pm at the Rheged Centre, Penrith and will include refreshments throughout the day. If you would like to attend, please contact the team at [email protected].

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