Spend "5 minutes with" our Executive Director Lynn Walters in the December edition of Suffolk & Norfolk's Places & Faces Magazine.
According to Grant Thornton’s ‘People Power’ research, talent and skills is the top accelerator of business growth for organisations who achieved a 20% or more turnover increase over the last year – but also a top barrier to progress.
In the September edition of The Norwich Resident, our very own Senior Manager at Pure Norwich, Joseph O’Sullivan, has this month’s final word:
The Women’s Leadership Programme, developed by Pure and People & Performance, is a leadership programme first and a women’s programme second. One of its purposes is to help women understand how they might be holding themselves back and to help change people’s perceptions of women in business.
Once you’ve asked your staff to complete the free, confidential Best Employers Eastern Region employee engagement survey, and you’ve received your tailored report of the findings, what should you do next?
Our aim is to support local organisations to source, develop and retain top talent which in turn contributes to organisational growth. Sharing employee engagement ideas further supports this.
Read Pure Executive Director, Tom Earl's comments on this topic via the link below:
An innovative scheme to develop tomorrow’s executives in the East of England has been launched.
In today’s increasingly multigenerational workforce, progressive organisations are developing more inclusive, flexible cultures which suit everyone’s lifestyle and working needs, whatever their age; and which will also achieve greater opportunities and benefits for the business.
Establishing a strong leadership team, from senior management through to executive board, is critical to the sustainability and future success of a business. While all recruitment decisions are important, choosing the right board members can be one of the most challenging tasks a company can face.