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Temkin Group and The Employee Engagement Awards Partnership

Temkin Group and The Employee Engagement Awards Announce Partnership to Inspire Connection Between Customer Experience and Employee Engagement

London & Boston – September 22, 2016 – The Employee Engagement Awards (www.ee-awards.com) and Temkin Group (www.temkingroup.com) today announced a new partnership to help educate and inspire businesses around the world to connect Employee Engagement and Customer Experience initiatives to enhance business performance.

Bruce Temkin, Managing Partner of Temkin Group said “Improving employee engagement has been a core focus of our company since its inception, as our research has shown its profound connection with the customer experience that organizations deliver. We’re thrilled to work with The Employee Engagement Awards to help companies improve in this critical area.”

Temkin Group’s research has shown that engaged employees are a critical ingredient of good customer experience, so this partnership will help organizations improve both workforce quality and business success.

Matt Manners, founder and CEO, The Employee Engagement Awards, said: “This announcement is a watershed moment for The Employee Engagement Awards. To be able to work with a visionary like Bruce Temkin, and his team, will deliver invaluable insights to all our award entrants and conference attendees.”

“Every year entrants demonstrate that engaged and energised employees create delighted customers. By working with Bruce and The Temkin Group we will be able to encourage organisations to connect these two vital business processes,” said Manners.

The Employee Engagement Awards and Temkin Group will work together to infuse more research into the EE Awards and conferences globally. Temkin Group’s quantitative and best practices employee engagement research will bring leading-edge, applicable insights to the organizations participating in the EE Awards conferences. Temkin Group will be involved in speaking at the events, judging entries and collaborating on marketing initiatives to raise the awards of the EE Awards and the importance of employee engagement.

Entry Deadlines looming

Our awards in the UK & Europe, as well as, Australia & New Zealand have their entry deadlines looming large. October 7, 2016. Visit www.ee-awards.com

Local and Global Sponsorship

For all sponsorship enquiries for any of the Awards and Conferences in the UK, Australia and the USA, please contact matt@eeawards.co.uk

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About The EE Awards

The Employee Engagement Awards (EE Awards) is the first and only global Awards & Conference business dedicated to Employee Engagement. We believe in inspiring and educating people to change the way organisations think about, and engage employees to achieve their purpose.

That's why we created and continue to improve the Employee Engagement Awards; to provide a platform to recognise excellence in engagement that inspires action and drives the industry and the employee experience forward.

By entering The EE Awards you will demonstrate your commitment to involving your people to build a better place to work and a more productive organisation. Entering will also provide you with industry recognition to enhance your employer brand and competitive advantage to attract the best talent globally.

About Temkin Group

Temkin Group is a leading customer experience research, consulting, and training firm. We help many of the world’s largest brands lead their transformational journeys towards customer-centricity and build loyalty by engaging the hearts and minds of their customers, employees, and partners. Rather than layering on cosmetic changes, Temkin Group helps companies embed practices within their culture by building four critical competencies: Purposeful Leadership, Employee Engagement, Compelling Brand Values, and Customer Connectedness.


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