Our research programme, conducted in partnership with Strathclyde University is changing the way in which organisations think about employee engagement and work-related well-being
Click on the button to download a copy of our latest White Paper, discussing the links between employee engagement and work-related well-being.
Click on the button to download a copy of our 2012 research paper into motivation and engagement.
Our research is shaping how organisations will approach engagement and work-related well-being in the future. Our model integrates many years of research by academics and practitioners and uses recent advances in the field of neuroscience to help explain how people really think and behave in the workplace.
This paper helps to explain what motivates people most, especially during times of extreme challenge or where they personally have something significant at risk. The research was conducted with more than a thousand soldiers returning from active service in Afghanistan.
The studies we've conducted across different organisations have confirmed that not all "engagement" is necessarily good for the organisation; this "dark-side" of engagement has serious implications for how organisations will measure and improve engagement in the future. Our research isn't just academic theory; we've developed practical models and tools to help organisations translate the learning into demonstrable results. To find out how we can help you build better engagement and improve employee well-being in your workplace, please contact us.
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