We would love to invite you to our first Let’s Talk Talent HR Book Club meeting on June 23rd at 5:30pm.

We will be reading and discussing Superengaged, a book which focuses on how to transform businesses by putting people and purpose first.

Especially pertinent to the business landscape today.

We’ve invited author Nikki Gatenby to join us to discuss her experience and view on what employee engagement means for the future. 

If you want to take part in our Book Club, we will send you a copy of the book ahead of the call. So you need to let us know you want to join before the end of May.

Employee Engagement in a world that’s hurting – what’s your rallying cry?

We have been thrown into uncertainty, at a pace we didn’t know was possible.  And when the direction of travel is unknown, and the speed of change is so fast, it’s difficult to navigate with any degree of certainty.

We need our north star to thrive in the new future – we’re still forming what that is – and it’s business critical that you’re clear why your organisation exists (beyond making money), it’s crucial for you to have a sense of purpose,  for your people to be able to fully re-engage.

In a world that’s hurting, are you and your business going to be part of the healing?

What’s your purpose?

What’s your rallying cry?

Let’s get clear and collectively heal what hurts.

About Nikki

Nikki Gatenby is business consultant, non-exec director and best-selling author of SUPERENGAGED “how to transform business performance by putting people and purpose first.”

Over the last 10 years as MD of Propellernet, Nikki transformed the Brighton based SEO agency into a global marketing organisation and boasts being one of the top 15 Best Places to work in the UK, for 8 years running! – the experience on which Superengaged is based.