Even Better If is all about what human resource managers and internal communicators can do to be "even better" in the areas of improving business outcomes, leadership development, and looking after their people in important dimensions such as health and safety.
There is often a disconnect between academia and change consultants — and practical things practitioners can actually use.
Featuring real-life stories, experiences and perspectives from leaders in the field at companies such as Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Facebook, EY, BT, Aviva, Vodafone, Elsevier, Deloitte, CEOs of fin tech companies and more, Even Better If is jam-packed with clear ideas, suggestions, proprietary thinking, models and exercises.
We intend for this to be a book that stays on your desk. Ear-marked and underlined, Even Better If is a resource you can constantly reference.
After reading, you will have:
Even Better If takes an in-depth exploration of…
What do the best businesses we know all value and strive to do even better? What is their difference?
In this first section of the book, we’ll explore fresh insights, innovative and practical ideas and the behavioural science behind:
So much is written about leadership, and for anyone aspiring to improve as a leader, it’s tough to know where to start.
But the job of a leader in any organization should never be confusing. The job of a leader is to continually drive and adapt their business to meet the demands of their future customer.
We created the GOD principle to help leaders address this challenge. In this section, we explore:
It’s our mission to apply behavioural science to traditional internal communication and human resource activities to enable these practitioners to help their employees be healthier, safer, and more financially sound.
In this final section, we’ll explore specific behavioural science interventions for:
Even Better If brings together expertise from three unique viewpoints.
As well as leading one of Europe’s leading employee engagement consultancies, Rachel is an in-demand facilitator, executive coach and strategic advisor.
With a 27-year career spanning journalism, in-house and consultancy roles, Rachel has a unique, challenging and fresh perspective on how communication and engagement can positively impact business performance.
Lindsay bridges the gap between academic theory and consultancy to create insights employers can use to increase engagement.
She has more than 10 years of employee engagement consulting experience for Fortune 500 companies and holds an MSc in Behavioural Science from The London School of Economics and Political Science.
Her writing appears in a wide variety of industry publications, including Forbes, Harvard Business Review, TheHRDirector, Workforce and Human Resource Executive.
acclaimed expert in the field of leadership development, Charlie learned
his trade as the Head of Executive Development for Orange in the UK and
then later as the Head of Talent at HSBC EMEA, based in Dubai. Armed
with this unique insight and knowledge of the habits, skills and
mind-set required to progress to the top of a global organisation,
Charlie pursued his passion for coaching and launched his executive
coaching practice in 2012.
With a reputation for being tough and
extremely practical, Charlie pushes individuals and teams to dig deep,
step out of their comfort zone and achieve extraordinary results both
professionally and personally.