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HRD Summit UK - Embarking on a engagement journey with Citi

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HRD Connect exclusively spoke to Debbie Bennett-Jackon, SVP Marketing and Engagement, Citi, about the positive impact of employee engagement.

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In a large company like Citi, it is important for leaders and managers to buy into an initiative that works for the whole workforce, and to create a positive way of portraying a culture to maximise performance.

In this interview at the HRD Summit UK in Birmingham, HRD Connect spoke to Debbie Bennett-Jackon SVP Marketing and Engagement at Citi about embarking on an engagement journey within your business. Debbie also discusses the challenges that come with cross-functional working, and how HR and Marketing must work together for increased engagement and workplace efficiency.

Watch the full interview here…

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