The Charity People & Culture Conference, which Protect attended was a successful event aimed at instilling a positive working culture and putting in place the right strategies, processes and systems to build motivated and effective teams.
Protect Business Support Executive, Mark Thomas, said, “As a whole the event was a very inspirational experience, an engaging day in a fantastic venue – the grandeur and elegance of the Institute for Civil Engineering was impressive.”
Most of the delegates knew of ‘Public Concern at Work’ so were just finding out about our re-branding to our name, Protect, and it was good to hear there feedback, which was all very positive, Most delegates agreed our new name “makes more sense”.
Mark added, “Speaking to the HR delegates, I found that whistleblowing in general was on the agenda, with most organisations implementing some sort of policy recently, and nearly all wanting to receive more information on the subject of whistleblowing, and raising concerns in the workplace. As a whole, very informative with some exiting connections made and lots of interest for our newly launched 360 Benchmark tool can help identify organisational weaknesses.”