Engage Executive Jobs, the executive division of Bournemouth based independent recruitment consultants, Jobshop UK, has been praised by HR directors for its interactive HR forums which tackle the relevant issues facing HR leaders today.
The most recent forum saw MD of Dragonfish, Sam Turner, providing an informative presentation focusing on customer-centric employee engagement and how to sustain profitable customer growth. Using the Dragonfish maturity model and seven brainstorming questions, Sam helped guests provide a way to frame where their organisations were today, where they want to be, and how they will know when they get there.
Allowing time for discussion and debate, Sam provided a highly entertaining presentation, proving her passion for the subject matter and using some interesting real life examples. The results brought about an impressive contribution from the forum members; sharing some insightful real life experiences and key areas of learning.
Executive Recruitment Director for Engage, Sally Bennett, welcomed guests to The Cliff, with an introduction centring on how the candidate should be considered as a potential customer and how organisations are letting themselves down in the recruitment process. Sally highlighted how using a professional recruitment company has innumerable benefits for companies with the advice and range of services it can offer.
Sally commented: “I am delighted with the growth in membership to the Engage HR Forums which are proving hugely popular and are already fully subscribed. Feedback from our members has highlighted the excellent subject matter covered by our guest speakers and the intimate and trusted environment of the Forum. Our legal partner, Malcolm Scott Walby adds a candid and relevant element to the Forum, bringing our members up to date with case studies which affect all legal aspects of HR today. Malcolm always welcomes queries and encourages discussion, which again adds a relaxed element to the Forums.
“We are currently planning and looking forward to the fourth Engage HR Forum which will be held in early December.”
We are delighted that Dragonfish have blogged about the Forum on its website, so please take a look here.