HR Business Partners

Employee Experience

Rumbold organizes many meetings and does so within various communities. That way, you’re immediately sitting down with the right peers. Various topics pass the review, of course.

What are we going to do this time?
Are you curious about how a good Employee Experience keeps your employees happy?

With the tight labor market, it is important to make sure you keep the people you have happy too.
Great Place to Work has extensive experience with companies and how to ensure a good and enjoyable workplace.

During this session, we will discover how through better HR engagement we ensure better employee engagement. We look for the superlative of engagement….
New information will be interspersed with inspiration. We will engage each other in conversation and, of course, we will end the day with a social drink and snack.

After being inspired by Anouk Minnes of Great Place to Work, we will engage – as with every Rumbold session – in conversation. Very useful to hear how other companies have set up their Employee Experience, what challenges they still have ahead of them or just what good experiences they have had.

Sign up and join the discussion
Want to come and get a taste of a spar session before you want to join the Rumbold platform.
Then leave your details here and we will put you on the participants list. Of course, we’d love to see you at the session then and hope you get a taste for it.

Rumbold organizes many meetings and does so within various communities. That way, you’re immediately sitting down with the right peers. Various topics pass the review, of course.

What are we going to do this time?

With the L&D community, we discuss how Centraal Beheer connects learning efficiency with ‘the business’

As an L&D professional, do you struggle with determining the ROI of learning? Savanna Broekman, Manager Learning & Development at Centraal Beheer, takes you through how she links the return on learning with performance on the shop floor and the organizational objectives. In addition, this afternoon you will work practically with fellow L&D practitioners and an issue from your own organization using the ROI model. Thanks in part to Rumbold’s expertise partner UP Learning, this is sure to be an interesting session. Will you be there?

Sign up and join the discussion….
Would you like to come for a taste of a spa session before you want to join the Rumbold platform. Then leave your details here and we will put you on the participants list. Of course, we’d love to see you at the session then and hope you get a taste for it.

If you still don’t quite know what Rumbold does exactly, feel free to check out the rest of this site. If you have become quite inspired afterward (or already) and would like to come and sample a session. Then you can! Our website lists scheduled meetings for each community. Feel free to let us know which session you would like to join sometime.

What can you expect from an online session?
A short (max. 1 hour) and low-key sparring session with your peers on the chosen topic. The sessions are facilitated by someone from Rumbold and they are interactive spar sessions.

What can you expect from an offline session?
These sessions take place at members of Rumbold. So you literally get an inside look!

All of our sessions consist of 3 pillars:

  • a playful pillar – tour, fun introduction or something similar
  • a networking pillar – a lunch, dinner or drinks
  • a content pillar – a workshop, presentation, case study or otherwise.

There is a gentlemen’s agreement “what is told within the group stays within the group.” The sessions are approachable and fun with, of course, the content at the forefront. No need to reinvent the wheel as there is usually a Rumbold member who has already dealt with the axe. If you would like to come for a taste, feel free to let us know which session you prefer. We will then contact you briefly prior to the session to ensure we are on the same page.

We are looking forward to it!