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The Workforce Engagement Equation: A Practitioner S Guide to Creating and Sustaining High Performance

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The Workforce Engagement Equation is for the hands-on leaders engaged in the frontline of affecting change those who bear the scars of past failed initiatives yet continue to persevere. Describing the science behind the "Art of Managing" process improvement, it will help you bridge the gap between strategy and tactics and allow you to take concrete action to control ongoin ...more
Paperback, 590 pages
Published July 20th 2012 by Productivity Press (first published July 19th 2012)
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Ron Mcintyre
Jul 17, 2016 Ron Mcintyre rated it really liked it
This is not a casual, or exciting read but rather a necessary one if you are interested in changing your company for the better. At 600+ pages it can seem daunting but trust me there are some very valuable nuggets throughout the book, making it a revisited book.

It deals with changing behaviors which will have a profound effect on employee engagement, customer retention, and profitable growth. Today, we seem to think changing culture is easy, well I'm here to tell you it is almost impossible but
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