February 12th 2015
Post Meeting Review Notes – Employee Engagement
A summary of CRF event on Employee Engagement with keynote presentations from Andrew Lambert, Rob Briner (University of Bath), Deanna Lloyd (IBM), Patricia Riddell (Reading University) and Mike Westcott (National Grid) concluding with suggestions and recommendations for action.
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