Employee Engagement 2.0 by Kevin E Kruse
How to Motivate Your Team for High Performance (A Real-World Guide for Busy Managers)

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Imagine if you could:
Create massive emotional commitment among all your direct reportsTurn apathetic groups into high performance teams exhibiting huge discretionary effortBe a leader who people fight to work with Win a "Best Place to Work" award within 12 months Indeed, you can do all that and more, and it doesn't take a lot of time or a big budget.

This isn't just another ivory tower book on leadership. Employee Engagement 2.0 is the result of both massive research and real-world experience. The author, Kevin Kruse, is a former Best Place to Work winner, serial entrepreneur, and NY Times bestselling author. He has advised dozens of organizations, from Fortune 500 companies like SAP, to startups and non-profits, and even to the US Marines.

This is your step-by-step guide that will teach you:
What employee engagement is (it does not mean happy or satisfied)How engagement directly drives sales, profits, and even stock priceThe secret recipe for making anyone feel engagedHow to quantify engagement, even if you have no budget 7 questions to ask that will identify your engagement weaknessWhat to say to facilitate a team meeting on engagementA communication system that ensures rapid, two-way flow of informationHow to make your strategic vision memorable and "sticky" How to implement a complete engagement plan in only 8 weeks! Being a great leader--one who drives massive passion, commitment and engagement--is within your reach. Follow the step-by-step plan in Employee Engagement 2.0 and prepare to be a great place to work.

About Kevin E Kruse

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Published July 14, 2014 by The Center for Wholehearted Leadership. 92 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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On average, the workers who were trained saved six hours of desk work and two hours of meeting time each week.

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