Employee engagement. What is it? Why should you care? Studies show that employees that are “engaged” in their work perform significantly better than those who are not. The problem is finding real, tangible ways to make that happen. Good thing there’s a book for that.
Recently I reached out to a few people to see if they wanted to contribute to an eBook to help HR pros, managers, and business leaders learn more about this topic. The response was a good one, and today I’m happy to share the free eBook with you. It’s titled “All together now! A guide to employee engagement.”
There are personal stories about engagement and what it means, tips for companies on communication and culture, and some really great, specific how-to content.
Special thanks to Shauna Moerke for helping me to promote the guide through the HR Carnival channel. I also want to thank the contributors for offering up some great, useful content: Nathaniel Rottenberg, Chris Ferdinandi, Paul Smith, Laura Schroeder, Dwane Lay, Dave Ryan, Krista Francis, Jennifer V. Miller, Lisa Rosendahl, Keith McIlvaine, Karen Seketa, Tamkara Adun, Cori Curtis, Lance Haun, Robin Schooling, Susan Heathfield, Stuart at 1.00 FTE, and Tanmay Vora, . You can find links to each of these contributors’ websites within the guide.
Click here to download All together now! A guide to employee engagement
Hey Ben – Great job with the eBook! Thanks for putting it together. We’re very happy to have been involved. Cheers!
TNS Employee Insights offers a great article about creating an employee engagement strategy:
There are also two case studies in China and South Africa that offer great insight:
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Thanks Ben,this material has indeed helped me to clear the cloud of doubt that was continously haunting my mind.U did a great job.
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