Employees can own their engagement

Ella Jaczynska

It has been an absolute pleasure to take part in this week’s podcast on The Mindshift Group with Michael Pagnotta (FCIPD)
In this episode, Michael and I delve into a thought-provoking conversation around a slightly different dimension of #PersonalBrand and what it means today. Building from the previous podcast conversations around #employeeengagement, we share some new perspectives on the role that the employee plays in their employee engagement and how it links to defining their own personal brand. 
Listen now on Spotify.

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