3 ways Charles Taylor accelerated employee engagement with an intranet
A next-generation intranet can be so much more than a place for news and information. Charles Taylor's platform, Compass, is a perfect example of a solution that creates opportunities to drive engagement and bring people together. Learn how you can turn your digital workplace into a bustling hub for communication and collaboration.
Reimaging employee engagement in the digital age
As workplace change accelerates, the same old employee engagement tactics are no longer going to cut it. Particularly now that hybrid work has gone mainstream, enterprises will need to leverage next-generation technology to keep connectivity high, which is exactly what Charles Taylor has accomplished.
The leading professional services enterprise created Compass, their redesigned intranet software, with the aim of designing a platform to launch engaging initiatives. Following its debut, Charles Taylor has introduced several programs to enhance connectivity and encourage employees actively engage with the enterprise's culture. These initiatives include Coffee Connections, virtual coffee chats with colleagues from every corner of the business, and a self-service IT support network known as Digital Ninjas.
Charles Taylor's ongoing commitment to enhancing employee engagement has yielded impressive results. Since launch, Compass has received more than 2.7m total views and the usage of tools and apps spiked 113%. Now, Charles Taylor's Group Business Change Technology Lead is sharing his top insights for creating digital initiatives that will inspire and engage your entire workforce.
On the agenda
- Learn how Charles Taylor replaced their under-utilized legacy platform with a modern intranet that serves as the launchpad for various people initiatives
- Uncover what Charles Taylors does to maintain their tight-knit culture, even while working apart
- Explore how you can cultivate a sense connectivity amongst employees in various roles and regions
- Understand the role your intranet can play in driving lasting improvements in employee engagement
Mike Blair - Group Business Change Technology Lead at Charles Taylor
Mike Blair is the Group Business Change Technology Lead at Charles Taylor, a leading provider of professional services to the global insurance market that is headquartered in London. Mike has nearly a decade of experience developing and deploying intranets and previously worked as a SharePoint developer.
Matt Boyd - Product Evangelist at Unily
With approximately 10 years of experience as an intranet consultant, Matt has a history of supporting large, global enterprises launching new digital workplace solutions. Matt is an authority on everything from strategy development to technical delivery.