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Event: Top tips for staff engagement

5 Mar 2024

From quiet quitting to the Great Resignation, it’s never been more important for employers to address what workers really want. 

National Numeracy staff engagement event


This free webinar for businesses from National Numeracy will discuss innovative ways to keep your colleagues and staff members connected, motivated, and engaged through purpose-led opportunities at work.


25 March 2024, 12:30 - 13:30
Online event

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Event takeaways

  • Creative approaches to increasing staff engagement and skills development 
  • How to use communications for lasting results   
  • How social impact partnerships can benefit the workforce 


Join us to hear from an expert panel exploring ideas to help improve working culture, career development, wellbeing and opportunities for positive impacts. A live Q&A session will give our audience the chance to engage directly, and learn further insights from our panel.

The expert panel will include:

  • Cathy Prior, Social Impact Manager at Vanquis Banking Group
    Cathy’s Top Tip: The Value of Staff Networks and Community Champions
  • Dave Richards, Head of CSR and Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging at Capital One UK
    Dave’s Top Tip: The Power of Role Models
  • Polly Rogers, Engagement Manager at Oliver Wyman 
    Polly’s Top Tip: How Pro-Bono Volunteering Creates Social Impact
  • Sara Brophy, Senior Social Impact Manager at Experian UK
    Sara's Top Tip: Transforming teamwork through collaborative social impact

Who is this event for?

This event is intended for CSR/ESG/CR/Social value leads and HR professionals working at UK businesses, and for anyone else working in the staff engagement and purpose-led space.


Charles-Henri Clappier, Partner and Head of Kartesia Philanthropy: "Kartesia team members are deeply fulfilled to be participating in the volunteering programmes at schools. Together with National Numeracy, we hope to foster a more positive community mindset towards numeracy skills, tackle social mobility and ultimately provide better work and learning outcomes for all.” 

Roisin Murphy & Roisin Sharkey, Directors Co-Head of Corporate Responsibility, KPMG UK: “Working with National Numeracy means working with a creative, engaged and ambitious team who are determined to move the dial on the UK’s attitude to numeracy.” 

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