I’m pulling together all the content that comes out of the 2012 Stop Doing Dumb Things unconference. The event focused on engagement – employee and customer – and took place in Vauxhall, London on 27 June 2012.
I am still adding content – videos and images to come. Please let me know if I have missed anything.
- Plectrums of Joy and Calm – a post on giving (and I was the recipient)
- Dan Wardle on the role of feedback in How do you build engagement and the role of feedback #sddt
- Following on from the unconference and the interest rate shenanigans at Barclays, Doug Shaw writes Barclays Own it, Dump it, Be it.
- Another follow post on customer service, but well worth a look: Size Matters
- Doug Shaw’s look ahead to the unconference hours before it starts in Calmly Excited
- Jonathan Wilson reviews the Stop Doing Dumb Things unconference #sddt
- Exploring relationships internally (mind and body) and externally (with others)
- So what? #sddt delegates share their take-aways
- The CIPD’s Ben Wilmott on next generation leadership
- Visual notes from the morning at #SDDT
- The opening of #sddt using a Pecha Kucha
- How can we develop our people to build engagement? #sddt
- Tell us what type of organisation has the most engaged employees
- World cafe at #sddt
- Business less usual at #sddt
These interviews feature in the blog posts above, but if you want to get straight to the interviews and share or embed, then use these links.
- Doug Shaw: Business less usual at #sddt
- Jonathan Wilson reviews #sddt
- Aikido master Denis Burke on mind, body and relationships
Again, some of these will feature in the blog posts above but thought I’d list them here too so you can get to them directly. Feel free to share and use wherever . . .
- Neil Jervis on social enterprise and engagement
- Employee engagement: what’s the role of HR?
- The CIPD’s Ben Wilmott looks at next generation leadership development
- Jonathan Wilson introduces the Stop Doing Dumb Things Unconference in Pecha Kucha style
- Employee engagement at Redgate Software
- The wrap of the conference with Tim Casswell
- Here are the images I took from the day.