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2015 - Enhancing organisational performance through reward

19 November 2015

 

Introduction


In 2015 we held a Member Convention in March, running up to the General Election, and a Conference in November titled “Enhancing organisational performance through reward”.


Four themes for ECC action emerged:

  1. ECC Online software and related developments

  2. Service developments

  3. Networking and sharing

  4. Financial sustainability of the consortium

These themes built on earlier priorities arising from our conferences in 2013 and 2014, and this short report covers progress during 2016. Performance against all our business and financial objectives is reported in each Annual Report, and we continue to communicate with members throughout the year.


All the speakers’ presentations are available below.


We have uploaded short video interviews with conference speakers below, so you can hear the key points first hand.








 

Speaker Interviews

Reflections on the Conference

ECC Chief Executive, Nicholas Johnston, reflects on the day's proceedings at the November 2015 ECC Conference




Changes within HE and FE policy since the Election

Nick Hillman, Director, HEPI



Management practice and performance

Professor Sarah Smith, Head of Economics and Professor, University of Bristol



Making it happen

Dean Royles, Executive Director of HR and OD, Leeds Training Hospitals NHS Trust

 

Presentations

Linking organisational and individual performance with reward: does it work?

Duncan Brown, Head of HR Consultancy, Institute for Employment Studies

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Management practice and performance

Professor Sarah Smith, Head of Economics and Professor, University of Bristol

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Making it happen

Dean Royles, Executive Director of HR and OD, Leeds Training Hospitals NHS Trust

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Further Conference Documentation




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