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Employee Engagement (Culture of Partnership) Thomas J. McCoy

Employee Engagement (Culture of Partnership)

Thomas J. McCoy

Published August 3rd 2012
Kindle Edition
228 pages
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This is the third book in the Culture of Partnership series. It shows you how to engage your employees and it provides the tools to do it. Based on 20 years of research and client application, Thomas McCoy reveals a step-by-step process for the design and implementation of a tested and proven engagement system. The reader can apply the entire system or select individual components that support existing initiatives. Either way, engagement will increase and business results will improve. Employee Engagement increased more than 15% over eighteen months as measured by the survey. Revenue increased by more than 10% the first year. Net Profit increased more than 5% the first year. These are typical results. And you can achieve similar results from the system described in this book. Written by Thomas J. McCoy - an expert in the field of employee involvement, performance improvement and reward systems - this experience-based book delivers the concepts, techniques, templates, flow charts and action sessions that will engage your employees. Filled with over 90 illustrations, examples, and a money-back guarantee, Employee Engagement: The Framework for the Future presents a proven, lasting set of solutions that are guaranteed to improve operational effectiveness. This book contains: Concepts that develop a common understanding about engagement. A framework for dealing with the complex issues of engagement. A structure that supplies the tools and techniques to engage employees. Already have improvement initiatives in place? This system acts as an integrating platform for a broad range of management tools and methods. This book will enable you to: Develop an engagement strategy. Design, build, implement an engagement system. Measure engagement using the culture survey. Take corrective action. (Implement practices that respond to engagement issues.) Sustain the gains of improvement. Your organization will: Increase profit, improve stock value and, for private companies, improve the value modifier. Build a unified team of employees with a common focus. Increase ease of operation. Become an employer of choice. Your employees will: Become more motivated...and engaged. Understand and respond to the voice of the customer. Improve productivity and effectiveness. Think, act and feel more like business partners. Employee Engagement is a blueprint for creating and executing an engagement system from start to finish. It should be of great value to any business owner or senior executive who wants to maximize the involvement of the companys most valuable asset. Barry Silverstein - Clarion Book Review