Involving employees in decision making is one of the most powerful drivers of employee engagement. Organisations with a strong culture of promoting employee voice also benefit from increased innovation and continuous improvement, greater trust in leadership, improved change management, and greater cross-unit communication.
Please refer to the following list for Voice Project’s research in employee engagement
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Voice Project's practice guides
Voice Project's research in employee voice
- Employee Voice Amidst Radical Change (by Dr Robert Fullerton, May 2016)
- Staff Representative Groups - Learnings from Suncorp (by Lauren Gatt, April 2016)
- Improving Voice Culture at Interrelate Case Study (by Cameron Dougall and Dr Louise Parkes, 2015)
- Giving Minority a Voice: LGBTI and Non-LGBTI Employees (by Cameron Dougall)
- Building positive employee engagement using employee feedback to drive improvement (by Dr Peter Langford, Keynote presentation at the National Disability Services NSW Annual Conference, 2012)
- Centre stage: Giving employees a voice can boost engagement and productivity (by Dr Louise Parkes, Dr Peter Langford, Paul Gollan & Cathy Xu, published in HR Monthly, August, 2013)
- Dictatorship or democracy? (by Dr Peter Langford, presentation at Voice Breakfast, 2012)
- The importance of listening (by Dr Louise Parkes, keynote presentation at the ACSA National Conference, 2011)
- Employee involvement in action: the ResMed engagement survey [video] (by Frank Basile, presentation at the ARCS clinical & leadership conference & AGM, Sydney, 2011)
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