Tag Archives: engagement

@wecops – what is it and why is so needed?

I have recently been lucky enough to become involved in @wecops an engagement forum for officers. This is my take on what it is and why it is so vital! “Employee engagement is a workplace approach designed to ensure that employees … Continue reading

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A different form of evidence – have your say. More on the Red Button Project….

  This month I hope some of you will have become aware of the ‘Red Button Project’ which seeks to gather thoughts, innovative ideas and opinion on police reform from officers themselves. You might have read the two fantastic blogs … Continue reading

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A positive move towards participatory management from Lancashire’s DCC Andrew Rhodes

Transformational change: Rhetoric or Reality I’m not going to start the blog off by going over old ground to describe our current situation using phrases such as ‘unprecedented’ or ‘seismic ‘. Combine austerity measures across the sector with evidence suggesting … Continue reading

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