Business Ethics Network (BEN) Face-to-Face Meeting - September - Innovative approaches to staff surveys Corporate Subscribers

13 Sep 2022 | 13:00 – 16:45 | London
Business Ethics Network (BEN) meeting

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This BEN meeting will explore the topic of 'innovative approaches to staff surveys'. 

The September BEN meeting will focus on how to get the best out of staff surveys and similar techniques.  
 
Employee surveys should uncover actionable insights to help us improve our organisations. The problem is that regular survey questions don’t reflect the complexity of reality. The answer to the questions posed are often not “agree” or “disagree”, but “it depends”! Questions are posed out of context of the specific situation and answers tend to at best highlight where there may be a  problem, as opposed to insights as to why the problem exists. Using behavioural insight platforms as an employee survey tool enables the timely capture of employee experiences at a scale to provide reliable and actionable insights.
 

Maryam Hussain from EY will lead a discussion on the use of behavioural insight platforms. We also hope a number of other BEN members will share their insights on using staff surveys and on behavioural insight.

This will be a face-to-face meeting, taking place at 24 Greencoat Place, London, SW1P 1BE starting with lunch at 13:00 and finishing at 16:45 BST.


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What are Business Ethics Network (BEN) meetings?

What are BEN Meetings?

Our network meetings, which happen regularly throughout the year, are the pillars around which the community is built. These invitation-only events are usually focused on a specific topic and are led by a member or members of the network who candidly share their experience and pose probing questions for group discussion.

All network meetings are hosted and facilitated under the Chatham House Rule by the IBE.

Who are BEN Meetings for?

These meetings are both practitioner-led and practitioner-focused, with invitations only extended to those responsible for the ethics and compliance programme in their organisation (which must have more than 250 employees). Invitees are, however, free to recommend alternates / subject-matter experts from their organisation to attend either with them, or in their place. Registrations are limited to 2 participants per organisation per meeting.

Why attend a BEN Meeting?

Network meetings are a unique opportunity to join the conversation to discuss the challenges, issues and successes of embedding ethical values within your organisation, with your peers.


Event Guide

Registration Process

To book your place you will need to set up your online profile; please request to set your password - you will then receive a link to do so via email. Once you have set your password you will be able to login for the first time, set your preferences and register for the meeting.

Please note that places are limited to those within the network however, as a network member, if you are not able to attend and would like to transfer your place to another member of your team, please email events@ibe.org.uk.

Chatham House Rule

To encourage frank discussion amongst participants and the open sharing of ideas and experiences, this event will take place under the Chatham House Rule.

This means that participants are free to use the information received but neither the identity nor affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.