How to write a winning entry for the Employee Engagement Awards
9 Oct 2017 - Awards, Blog
Enter The Employee Engagement Awards here
October 6th Extended to Monday 16th October 2017
Awards dinner: January 25th, 2018
Conference – how winners won: March 1st 2018
With 16 days to go until the awards deadline, it’s time to knuckle down and get those entries written. Don’t forget to leave enough time to secure internal sign off for your entry!
The best story badly written probably won’t beat a good story written with clarity, passion and evidence of success. Make sure you:
By demonstrating innovation, specific & tangible strategy, impressive success measures, passion and of course a good understanding of employee engagement.
Have a look at some of last years’ judge’s comments on the winning entries:
The People Insight Employee Engagement Company of the Year Award Winner –
Virgin Trains (West Coast Trains)
“An interesting challenge tackled in a very innovative way. Listening to employees at home, communicating via an internal TV service and even seconding employees to commit full-time to the project show a refreshing commitment to employee engagement.”
Employee Engagement Small-Medium Business Award Winner – PPL
“They supported the project with re-measurement and identified success measures that were impressive –improving Member Experience scores by >30%, while growing business revenue and overall engagement scores.”
Wellbeing Award Winner – Golding Homes
“Most impressive were the results that saw an RoI of 40% on the money invested. Some examples being……Overall sickness absence reduce by 38% in their first year and the number of days lost due to stress/depression falling by 61%.”
Employer Brand Award Winner – MBNL
“There is clearly a great deal of passion, time and money invested in this initiative that produced a significant culture change.”
Non-Profit/Charity Award Winner – Sheffield Hallam University
“…Great understanding of employee engagement and how to launch it successfully e.g. base it around your people, have senior leadership owning the process and reporting back on both what you can and can’t do.”
We are all time poor – fortunately agencies such as Boost Marketing can help you plan, write and evidence your entry for you – even in limited time. Have a look at what they offer here.
And most of all, we wish you good luck!
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