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Getting real with Employee Experience

Eat Sleep Work Repeat

Bruce Daisley

Workplace Culture, Social Sciences, Management, Work, Culture, Business, Science

4.7991 Ratings

🗓️ 27 March 2024

⏱️ 34 minutes

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How should most of us think about the differences between Employee Experience and Employee Engagement.

I first spoke to Emma Bridger, who is the author of a well respected book on this topic and the founder of the EX Space, a learning community focussed on raising the bar in the Employee Experience field.

Then I picked the brains of Melanie Wheeler who leads People Communications at Sutherland, a firm widely recommended to me as outstanding in Employee Experience.

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Hello, I'm Bruce Daseley.


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Interesting last few weeks, I disturbed two burglars in my house last week, which gets pulse raising I was I was asleep at 10 PM don't


judge me and I heard some noises so so that was a an adrenaline start to the year.


I've really been trying to focus on improving


the array of culture I'm consuming.


I've been really enjoying the three body problem on Netflix.


On my sister's recommendation I've just finished listening to the memoir of Gary


Stevenson who's like a city trader from Ilford who became I think the most profitable


city trader at Citibank is called the trading game currently in number one in


the Sunday Times bestsellers which starts off as this


sort of compelling fish out of water story about a trader from the wrong side of the


tracks and ends up the last third of it is just like this protracted HR grievance as he's trying to get his bonus,


which kind of loses the crowd a bit for me.


Simultaneously I'm trying to expand my reading on culture and workplace stuff, partly to cast the net wider to find more interesting people


to talk to on here and partly to fill in the gaps on my own knowledge.


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