Employee Engagement Awards

We can now celebrate and learn from the organisations who are demonstrating the highest levels of innovation and ingenuity today in implementing cost effective and sustainable engagement initiatives.

AIB (Allied Irish Bank), one of the so-called “Big Four” commercial banks in Ireland, scooped the award for Engagement Project of the Year against a highly competitive shortlist of entries. Tim Pointer, one of the judges for the EE Awards, chosen to provide the perspective and expertise he has attained from his many years of experience leading high performing organisations, explains why their entry stood out:

“AIB has a high degree of scale, complexity and challenge, but the thoroughness of the approach chosen and the completeness of the solutions’ implementation is at a unique level. The use of metrics was more comprehensive than any other submission. The materials used were bespoke and valued by the recipients. The impact on how business is done and how customers are served is frank and compelling. This is a story of cultural transformation, and a case study of how to do it.”

Congratulations to all the winners of these annual awards. Matt Manners, founder of the EE Awards commented that the increase in quality of entries shows the degree to which businesses are striving to take Engagement to new levels. He commented “This year’s entrants have provided powerful proof of how investing in employee engagement translates to very tangible business value.” The EE Awards Showcase follows on 2nd March in London to bring together EE award-winners and finalists to share powerful engagement case studies.

Tim adds: “I speak to many organisations every week who are wanting to take their engagement efforts to the next level. Surveys create crucial data but the way Starboard helps is to create Insight from this. We are currently working with a number of organisations to identify their engagement highs and lows; understand why that is; prioritise their engagement efforts; and track the impact on engagement and organisational performance quantitatively and qualitatively.”

To talk to Tim directly, call 07979 501800 or contact Starboard