It’s been a great year here at 2degrees, with many of you contributing to our discussions, writing blogs for the site and attending our webinars. From a personal perspective it’s been fantastic getting to know you over the last six months since joining the 2degrees team in June.
But what have been the most popular pieces of content on the Employee Engagement working group this year? Take a look at the list below to find out!
1) How to engage your employees on energy management: Dos and Don’ts
We take a look at some of our members’ suggestions for embedding sustainability effectively within the workforce.
2) Encouraging sustainable travel at PwC
How can you reduce carbon emissions through travel in a firm where travel is a core part of how the business works? We spoke to Jeff Senne of Pricewaterhouse Coopers to find out how his company is tackling this challenge.
3) What mad men can teach us about behavior change
The cultural revolution (and revulsion) we experience when watching Mad Men may be instructive about how we can frame cultural change within an organization and amongst its employees.
4) Playing to win: Using active technology to engage the passive employee
By bringing the best of the consumer world into every-day business, modern technology trends are shaping employee engagement in corporate sustainability, says Peter Grant of CloudApps.
5) How do you go from 'Environment Champions' to all-out staff engagement
In this discussion, David Douglas of Robert Wiseman Dairies asked how to embed engagement around sustainability across his company.
6) The 'X' model of employee engagement
A quirky but informative video by Blessing White on the ins and outs of employee engagement.
7) Does working from home work?
Looking to reduce emissions and improve employee satisfaction, China’s largest travel agency held a 9-month experiment last year to see what impact homeworking would have on its business. The results might surprise you..!
8) How to make your employee engagement program stick
Five points to consider when putting together an employee engagement program.
9) Four ways to empower, enlist and enlighten employees on sustainability
Adam Schlegel of Snooze AM Eatery shares four tips for encouraging employees to feel enthusiastic about sustainability.
10) 5 steps to improving low carbon performance with employees
This document by the Scottish Government provides ways to go "greener" with staff to lead to better performance and gives a simple step-by-step approach which organizations can follow to develop low carbon activities.