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Full Engagement!: Inspire, Motivate, and Bring Out the Best in Your People

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How do you light a fire under every employee? Brian Tracy, the Master of Motivation, shows how!
ebook, 241 pages
Published May 20th 2011 by AMACOM/American Management Association
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Charles Baker
This is really one of the best business and personal development books I've ever read, or in this case listened to. I think everyone who works be they executive, manager or employee who supervises no one should read or listen to this book. As a matter of fact, I'm going to get either the dead tree or electronic version so I can go over it and make notes. I'll also listen to the audio version again soon. I can't recommend this book highly enough.

Here's one big take away, the "Keep Your Job Game."
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Full Engagement!: Inspire, Motivate and Bring Out the Best in Your People by Brian Tracy was chosen by Soundview Executive Book Summaries as one of the Top 30 Business Books of 2011.

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Dozens of business book authors have attempted to address the issue of employee engagement. Debates have raged between the merits of incentives, both financial and intangible, as well the benefit to individual coaching versus team-related endeavors. Into this pitched battle steps executive coach
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Henk-Jan van der Klis
In these tough economic times, you’re expected to produce more with less. And when research shows that employees are working at 50% of their potential, there’s a lot to win for managers. Enter Full Engagement!: Inspire, Motivate, and Bring Out the Best in Your People. Brian Tracy, Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International, a company specializing in the training and development of individuals and organizations, brings together a lot of economic, psychological, pedagogical. business and religi ...more
Monique
I've read several books by Brian Tracy and this has valuable nuggets of information. There are a few things that have been reworded and presented in a new way. Check this book out from the library...
Badr Ouazzani
Full Engagement is an interesting book, it contains lot of sufficient information about how to motivate people and bring out the best in them.
As a manger or future manager this book is good for you, it has the tools you need to be a good leader.

You don't have to be working in a company to be called manager, but eveyone of us is a manager, when you are a father of your children, a ring leader of a group of your friends, or a coach who inspires others to achieve more in life etc...

It's just a 214
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John Sutton
After listening to another Brian Tracy book and not really enjoying it that much I had low expectations for Full Engagement. I was completely wrong though. He touched on key parts that you should focus on in your life and when you do it creates a domino effect with the other areas. A lot of the topics discussed in this book I had already read in other books, but this was a very detailed summary. (Library Audiobook)
Melanie
Some good points, all of which I had heard before or read before in other books. I disagree wholeheartedly with several of his points though, especially when he states that if a potential new hire says he'd rather not work evenings and weekends on a regular basis than the guy is lazy so don't hire him. Perhaps the manager should be better able to budget the time for the project rather than working extra hours.
James
Had some great ideas for first time managers as well as practical insights for those experienced resource managers looking to gain better engagement from their team.
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Brian Tracy is Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International, a company specializing in the training and development of individuals and organizations.

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