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For today’s talk from our 6-week-long Summer Series: 25 minute daily talks all throughout June, we had a session with Emma Bridger, Managing Director, People Lab and Belinda Gannaway, Director of Strategy – Culture Change, Fathom XP.
The MAGIC-CA model of EX
WANT A BRILLIANT EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE THAT DELIVERS ENGAGEMENT? HEAR ABOUT SOME BRAND-NEW RESEARCH WHICH REVEALS EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
People Lab have spent over 10 years researching the experiences and engagement of thousands of employees across diverse, global organisations. Join Emma and Belinda for the IW summer series, to hear the insights and what it means for your employee experience and engagement.
Emma and Belinda shared the all new ‘MAGIC-CA Model of EX’
They explained how the research has enabled a deep understanding of what makes a great experience at work for people; one that that results in engagement. And how they used the insights to develop the MAGIC-CA Model of EX.
With this model you get a full picture to help you truly understand what a Best EX means to your people.
Whether you are just beginning your employee experience discovery journey, or if you have established tools and practices you want to scale, this model can help.
Emma and Belinda spoke about:
- Universal themes – common themes that were evident in the data analysed
- Individual differences – while the research uncovered universal themes of what makes an experience great, there are also individual differences. It’s critical to ensure these differences are not be ignored if you want to genuinely understand how to improve EX and facilitate engagement.
- and more
You can download the MAGIC-CA white paper here.
Buy the book Employee Experience by Design here.
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