HR Strategy: Thriving in Uncertainty – Part 4

Michael Fingland

Michael Fingland

Executive Director and CEO

People are a vital part of any business. In this fourth podcast in our series looking at how to succeed in adversity we highlight the steps you need to take to ensure staff are involved in your transformation process.

Michael Fingland, Executive Director at Vantage Performance, explains to Phil Dobbie the importance of identifying how employees can make a difference. “Don’t make it artificial” he says. You’ll only see the outcomes if you make your staff engagement genuine.

One key element, he suggests, is setting up a staff consultative committee. And there are many more ideas discussed in this 12 minute podcast, so listen in.


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