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New Talent in Logistics Engage Conference to tackle employee engagement

This unique event and its content will help instil the importance of having strong people strategies within your logistics businesses. Highlighting the impact they can have on reducing staff absence, attrition & safety incidents and how they can also increase productivity, customer service levels & the bottom line.

“This conference is about empowering its delegates with knowledge and giving them the tools they need to make a real impact on employee engagement,” says Ruth Edwards, Business Development Director. “Attendees will leave feeling more confident, more prepared and ready to tackle any challenges they may face back in their logistics operation.”

The event will see keynote speaker Liggy Webb talk about reducing burnout and creating a culture of wellbeing and resilience. Whilst other key sessions at the conference include: “how to engage your remote workforce to improve productivity”, “successfully communicating & implementing change to achieve business objectives” and “visualising your organisation’s CSR strategy to keep top talent.”

The event, which takes place at Cranfield Management Development Centre in Bedford on 21 April 2020, will also give all delegates the opportunity to claim 4 hours CPD from the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT UK).

Tickets for the Engage Conference are available to buy now for £125+VAT and can be booked online at www.talentinlogistics.co.uk/engage-conference/.

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