Head of Engagement Jobs
Engagement is not just a marketing buzzword; in corporations, it is the key to ensure you are maximizing the potential of your most valuable asset – your employees. How is this achieved? Well, as head of engagement, you will be expected to work out the route to optimum engagement for your team. You will be expected to come up with innovative leadership strategies and put them into action via your team.
When you set up a successful strategy within a department or location, the role becomes more consultative as you roll out new or modified strategies over multiple locations and departments. Your success will be measured in terms of employee satisfaction in the shape of retention and turnover.
The skills required
Typically, heads of engagement roles are filled by people from an HR background who have been instrumental in driving change within their employment culture. An understanding of what makes employees tick and how that can be applied to their jobs is a given, but so is demonstrating that this can be achieved within budgetary restraints and in line with the strategic aims of the company.
You will need to be an enthusiastic and personable type, who will be able to carry employees with you on your projects. This can be difficult with diverse workforces, but being able to understand employees’ motivations and how to incentivize them will be of great help.
Find Head of Engagement Jobs with Cast UK
Cast UK is a recruitment consultancy that takes its responsibilities to employers and employees seriously. We employ experienced recruitment consultants, often with an industry background and keep them fully trained to ensure quality and excellence are constantly acheived.
Relationships are vitally important to us, and these are nurtured through trust and successful appointments; we do not race to fill vacancies with employees who are not fully engaged; we take care to only send the right candidates to employers for interview.
Call us today on 0161 825 0825 if you’re looking for a head of engagement role.