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The Employee Experience Forum is returning 23rd-25th September 2019 at the Waldorf Hilton, London.

Designed to help organisations like yours pioneer employee growth, development and wellbeing to achieve an unbeatable competitive people advantage and long-term health for your business.

Join the conference and gain:

Super Strength: Empower individuals with personalised learning and development programmes

Healing Abilities: Create innovative employee wellness and leading mental health awareness initiatives to drive and sustain a healthy business

Time Travel: Look into the future and get a glimpse of the technologies adopted to facilitate communication and reinforce a sense of belonging

Go on a Mission: Sharpen your values, integrating them into your Employee Experience to gain a clear sense of direction, consistency and confidence

Telepathy: Develop an unrivalled understanding of your people to identify employee pain-points and action feedback 

Invisibility: Go behind the scenes to design and standardise seamless Employee Experience programmes which you can use to measure the success

Download the full agenda or email enquire@iqpc.co.uk for more information.

Past Presentation: Insights Virgin Media - Making it a Journey to Remember

Past Presentation: Insights Virgin Media - Making it a Journey to Remember

Speaking at Employee Experience UK they spoke about the importance of the employee journey using the core seven steps of: Attraction, hire, on boarding, in life, development, change and stay, leave, comeback.

Find out more about how Virgin Media continue to implement, practice and achieve a exceptional employee experience here >>

Join in the conversation with us @Employee_Forum


Pocket Guide: How to Boost Employee Experience on Budget

Pocket Guide: How to Boost Employee Experience on Budget

While large corporations can afford to invest heavily in employee experience programmes, other organisations tend to have smaller budgets available to invest in these programmes.

Thankfully, the budget doesn't always need to be a factor. In this 10-page guide, we share how you can boost your employees' experience with low-cost strategies. Download this to take a deep dive into how any company can implement these strategies and optimise their employee experience.


Get involved in the conversation at @Employee_Forum #EmployeeXPForum



Creating a behavioural and psychological strategy that helps drive employee engagement

Creating a behavioural and psychological strategy that helps drive employee engagement

Ahead of the Employee Experience Forum, we spoke to Dr Simon Moore, CEO, Innovationbubble about creating a behavioural and psychological strategy that helps drive employee engagement, how to understand the unsaid needs of your employees and how technology is driving EX. Simon also gives us his top tips on how to create a great and sustainable employee experience at your company.

How can you boost your Employee Experience on a budget?

How can you boost your Employee Experience on a budget?

Employee Experiences strategies, initiatives and programmes do not need to require huge investments. There are now lost-cost and highly-effective strategies that can be carried out to transform your employee experience.

Do not sit back and search for the budget, instead take this guide and transform your company's culturediversity, wellbeing and functions with these simple changes. Whether you're looking to revolutionise one of the following areas, we have the starting point to kick start the change:

  • Create a culture of diversity and inclusion
  • Implement employee wellbeing initiatives
  • Introduce small rewards and bonuses
  • Personalise their workplace experience

Thankfully, the budget doesn't always need to be a factor. In this 10-page guide, we share how you can boost your employees' experience with low-cost strategies. Download this to take a deep dive into how any company can implement these strategies and optimise their employee experience.

Higher Purpose Podcast: Employee Experience with Kevin Monroe and Ben Whitter

Higher Purpose Podcast: Employee Experience with Kevin Monroe and Ben Whitter

Listen to the insights of Kevin Monroe and Ben Whitter in this episode of the Higher Purpose Podcast discussing all things related to 'The Employee Experience'. 

With their combined experience Ben and Kevin have advised and spoken about key employee experience strategies around the world as well as producing key literature on the topic. In this episode they discuss the importance of putting community first, vital factors of creating a great work environment and organisation's finding their own truth.

Employee Experience 2019 Investment Report

Employee Experience 2019 Investment Report

5 Employment Experience insights from senior HR & EX practitioners

We reached out to senior HR & EX practitioners to understand their current challenges and future plans for Employee Experience investment to transform their company culture and improve overall performance.

Here's what we asked in the report:

  1. What is the main driver for developing an Employee Experience strategy within your organisation?
  2. What types of solutions are you exploring to support your employee experience strategy?
  3. Is investment in people transformation solutions for Employee Experience is high on your business agenda for the next 12 months?
  4. What are the main obstacles for you with regards to securing investment into Employee Experience?
  5. How much are you planning to invest in your Employee Experience strategy over the next 12 months?

Download the Employee Experience 2019 Investment Report to find out what they had to say...

Insights from RBS: Restoring pride and building a great place to work

Insights from RBS: Restoring pride and building a great place to work

Hear insights from Kerry Freeman, Head of Culture at RBS on restoring pride and building a great place to work. Speaking in 2018 at Employee Experience UK Kerry spoke about the importance of creating having a strong purpose and leading this to engage your employees and produce a great environment to work. 

Find out more about the building blocks of purpose, vision and values as well as the company's strategy to achieve a great place to work here >>

Join in the conversation with us @Employee_Forum

Employee Experience Forum: Business Development Guide

Employee Experience Forum: Business Development Guide

23-25 SEPTEMBER 2019, WALDORF HILTON, LONDON

Connect with people who want to make their company a better place to work

Our mission is to bring together senior EX and HR representatives from across Europe and empower them to make change in their workplace.

By sharing remarkable content from experts and making relevant connections with leading suppliers, we help our audience overcome the barriers into securing investment for employee experience.

Sponsoring Employee Experience Forum is the most effective solution to sharing your brand’s value to a highly engaged audience who are ready to take action.

Download the Business Development Pack>>>


Defining Your Employee Touchpoints

Defining Your Employee Touchpoints

This interactive presentation will take you on a journey through key employee touchpoints and explain best practices for leveraging each touchpoint to create a positive employee experience.

Employee Experience Forum Sample Delegate List

Employee Experience Forum Sample Delegate List

Are you interested in reaching senior HR & EX professionals who are looking for actionable business solutions to their challenges?

If the answer is yes, then take a look at the brands who have attended Employee Experience Forum who are looking for ideas on how to gain a competitive edge by enhancing the experience, loyalty and retention of their employees.

Air New Zealand, BUPA,Caffe Nero,Dorchester Collection,EDF Energy, Finnair,Google, HSBC,ING...these are just a sample of some of brands who attend Employee Experience Forum. 


Take a look at the Sample Delegate List

Please note this is a sample delegate list - not the 2019 attendee list
The Practical Guide to Demonstrating ROI through Employee Experience

The Practical Guide to Demonstrating ROI through Employee Experience

Investing in your employee experience is likely to be one of the most rewarding investments you could make and can have an impact on both the top and bottom lines of your business. In order to ensure that all people within an organisation take employee experience as seriously as financial health, proving the ROI of strategies across your business is critical. 

With expert insights from Linda Jodrell, HR Director, Citation, this eBook will serve as a guide for you to understand how to sell the value of employee experience strategies to senior executives, find the right tools and metrics to measure your progress, and communicate successes to the wider business. Whether you are just starting out in your employee experience journey, or have an established employee experience scheme, we hope this guide will be useful for you! 

Find out more about this year's event to develop these skills here.

Get involved in the discussion at @Employee_Forum

The Future of Employee Experience by Ben Whitter

The Future of Employee Experience by Ben Whitter

We’re so excited that Ben Whitter, CEO of World Employee Experience Institute (WEEI) and one of the world's leading experts within EX, will be the official chairman for Employee Experience Forum (23-25 September 2019 at Waldorf Hilton, London)

We caught up with 'Mr Employee Experience' ahead of the conference to hear his insights on the future of EX and on what solution providers can do to continue the growth of the human first movement...

Here's what you'll learn:

  • How solution providers can stand out in a crowded market and convince companies to invest
  • The impact of GEN Z workforce and how solution providers can help company's prepare
  • The next buzz-word in Employee Experience

Download the interview now >>

The Pocket Guide to Employee Wellbeing

The Pocket Guide to Employee Wellbeing

Developing an employee-centric culture in the workplace requires a long-term strategy and on-going efforts to measure employees’ happiness and wellbeing.

With exclusive insights from Lindsay Beresford, Head of Employee Experience, Royal Mail & Kim Atherton, Chief People Officer, OVO Energy, this guide to employee wellbeing will help you to meet the health and wellbeing needs of your organisation and outline how you can leverage physical and digital wellbeing assets to produce tangible results for your business.

Discover more on this year's event, incl. what to expect, who you'll hear from and what you'll gain here.

Join in the conversation @Employee_Forum

Mapping Out The Employee Journey

Mapping Out The Employee Journey

The lifeblood of the organisation is the employee, making employee journey-mapping a crucial part of the HR toolset. You can take the employee experience journey on your own terms with this zoom-able and interactive Prezi presentation. With real world examples and data featuring engagement, the Employee Journey prezi will take you from the candidate stage, to their onboarding, training, and upwards to their promotion or exit interview. An employee's journey through an organisation can enhance their engagement, loyalty and brand delivery. Be with them on their journey, today.
4 Tips on Bridging the Voice of the Employee to the Voice of the Customer

4 Tips on Bridging the Voice of the Employee to the Voice of the Customer

In a dearth of worldwide employee engagement, more companies are realising the benefits of articulating the Voice of the Employee in the employee lifecycle. Strategies for determining this voice are now being leveraged alongside Customer Experience’s Voice-of-the-customer in an HR revolution for greater service delivery and profitability.

Ahead of the Employee Experience Forum, we spoke with experts for their tips and experiences in aligning the Voice of the Employee with the Voice of the Customer. Contributing experts include Niall Ryan-Jones, the Head of Employee Experience at Harrods; Alyson Fadil, the Head of People at Missguided, and Piers Robinson, Chief People Officer at Flybe.