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Engaging the Hearts and Minds of All Your Employees: How to Ignite Passionate Performance for Better Business Results

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Employee engagement is the cornerstone of achieving a sustainable competitive advantage. In Engaging the Hearts and Minds of All Your Employees, leadership expert Lee J. Colan delivers the "how to" for inspiring your team so they deliver unparalleled value to your customers.

Proven at Fortune 500 companies across the globe, Colan's simple but powerful formula is this: meet
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Hardcover, 213 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by McGraw-Hill Education (first published August 15th 2008)
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Richard Angelus
Oct 21, 2019 rated it really liked it
Truly this is the classic leadership guide to engaging and inspiring employees. I read this book from the perspectives of employer and employee. In this way, I get the most benefits. I asked myself this question, “Am I excited to come to work?” frequently when I read it. This question is important because Lee Cohan defines three different types of employees that may best represent what type of employee I am now.

Which one are you? #1 Engaged employees love their work and look forward to it every
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Divya
Jan 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
This is a great hand book for especially for those who are building new teams. Lee J Colan offers lot many practical tools to identify the areas to focus on and come up with action plans. As the author rightly points out, "Jumping into pilot's seat brings many more responsibilities than privileges" and this book gives ample tips to sharpen your leadership styles and help you to build highly engaged teams delivering passionate performance! ...more
Caleb
Sep 01, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This book was an engaging read full of specific actions any manager can take to build employee engagement. A must-read for anyone desiring to work on their soft skills or understand the social fabric of the office environment. I learned a lot personally from the clear delineation of employee needs and how managers are expected to meet those needs, specifically the emotional needs of intimacy and appreciation. This book provides a clear outline for how to being to build buy-in and deliver passion ...more
Catherine
Apr 19, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Great book. Highly recommend to HR Professionals and people in managerial position who would like to have highly engaged team and drive business result through capturing people's "discretionary effort". ...more
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