LEADERSHIP DOWN TO A SCIENCE
What if your team looked forward to Mondays instead of Fridays? It may sound silly, but this type of workplace culture is possible and in place in many organizations today.
With Thrive by Design, CEO of E3 Solutions Don Rheem offers managers and senior leaders deep insights into what drives employee performance from a brain-based perspective. Going well beyond the recycled, superficial tactics in most leadership books, Thrive by Design introduces you to the triggers of exemplary workplace behavior at a neurological level. Tapping into these triggers leads to increased productivity, well-being, accountability, and retention. As you apply the practical approaches and tools outlined in the book, you will see less absenteeism, corrosive gossip, employee drama, accidents, and quality shortfalls.
This book is for leaders who are tired of fighting against a disengaged culture; for HR professionals who spend more time reacting to workplace drama than fulfilling their mission and purpose in the organization; and for employees who have been crippled by toxic leaders and uninspired cultures and want to know there’s a better way. Regardless of industry type or company size, the clear foundation and steps outlined in Thrive by Design can take your organization to the next level.
“…a graduate course in employee engagement… An essential read
for any leader or manager serious about their craft.”
Steve Meyer | CEO, Rapid Learning Institute
“…the insights in Thrive By Design have captured the hearts and
minds of our top leaders.”
Craig Weems | COO, Sunland Asphalt
“…a breath of fresh air in the otherwise stale atmosphere of leadership advice.”
Els Thurmote | CEO, TVH Americas
“…has moved our culture to a demonstrably better place.
Turnover is down and performance is up.”
Sam Claassen | CEO, Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. (SEH)
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About the Author
DON RHEEM is CEO of E3 Solutions, a provider of employee workplace metrics, and manager training which allow organizations to build engaged, high-performance cultures. He focuses on using science-backed research to consult with leaders at all levels within an organization.
Through his business and lectures across North America and Europe, Rheem shows business leaders how to create the workplace conditions that trigger hard-wired motivators that improve employee performance. These intrinsic drivers of human behavior increase employee engagement in ways that improve productivity, positivity, team alignment, morale, and retention.
A former science advisor to Congress and the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Rheem shares a grounded and empirically validated methodology to get employees engaged and better positioned for success targeted at the bottom line.
Table of Contents
About the Author xv
Chapter 1 The Workplace Has Evolved 7
Chapter 2 Relationship Science 19
Chapter 3 Limbic Governance 43
Chapter 4 What is Employee Engagement? 57
Chapter 5 New Models for Confronting Disengagement 73
Chapter 6 Positive Leadership 95
Chapter 7 Validation, Recognition, and Feedback 111
Chapter 8 Accountability 143
Chapter 9 You Can't Manage What You Don't Measure 169
Chapter 10 Moving from Data to Culture Change 185
Chapter 11 Moving Forward with the Science of Leadership 197
Appendix: Measuring Your Organization with the E3A 211