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Employee Engagement Stream

Stream Leads: Ronan Carberry (University College Cork) and TJ Mcabe (National College Ireland)

Engaging the cognitive, affective and physical energies of employees in the pursuit of organizational goals has become an important priority for many organisations. With growing levels of research linking employee engagement and workplace performance, engagement is a topic likely to stay on the HRD agenda for the foreseeable future.  Submissions may wish to consider applied research/evidence based practice on employee engagement and implications for HRD. In particular, work showing links between employee engagement and other HRD factors such as leadership, performance management, social responsibility, work environment, culture, intercultural competence, progression planning, and innovation is encouraged.

Please note that the Call for Papers for this stream is now CLOSED.

If you have submitted a paper to this stream please see the Call for Papers page for updates and further information. 

 


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