Developing Managers To Manage Sustainable Employee Engagement, Health And Well-Being - Phase Two

Developing Managers To Manage Sustainable Employee Engagement, Health And Well-Being - Phase Two

Sponsored by the CIPD, Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and the Affinity Health at Work Research Consortium, Affinity Health at Work has conducted research to review all the evidence available about what affects the success of developing managers who support employee engagement, health and well-being. Phase 2 of the research builds on the original phase of research conducted in 2014, and introduces the new resources and tools which have been developed since then.

These resources build on earlier work conducted in 2014 and are grounded in research which looked at both academic and practitioner literature. They include a simplified model and checklists highlighting the range of factors which can enhance or reduce the effectiveness of management development programmes, with the aim of supporting organisations in implementing them effectively. They also include a maturity model to help organisations establish their current stage of development.

Developing Managers To Manage Sustainable Employee Engagement, Health And Well-Being - Phase Two

Date Published
Tue, 21 Feb 2017
Publisher
CIPD
Reference
Lewis, R., Donaldson-Feilder, E., & Godfree, K. (2017). Developing managers to manage sustainable employee engagement, health and well-being: Updated Guidance. (Technical Report) London, U.K: Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
Website
https://www.cipd.co.uk/knowledge/culture/well-being/developing-managers-report
Categories
Keywords
Manager, Engagement, Framework, Sustainability, Intervention, Development

Sponsored by the CIPD, Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and the Affinity Health at Work Research Consortium, Affinity Health at Work has conducted research to review all the evidence available about what affects the success of developing managers who support employee engagement, health and well-being. Phase 2 of the research builds on the original phase of research conducted in 2014, and introduces the new resources and tools which have been developed since then.

These resources build on earlier work conducted in 2014 and are grounded in research which looked at both academic and practitioner literature. They include a simplified model and checklists highlighting the range of factors which can enhance or reduce the effectiveness of management development programmes, with the aim of supporting organisations in implementing them effectively. They also include a maturity model to help organisations establish their current stage of development.

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