Who the Hell Wants to Work for You?: Mastering Employee Engagement

Who the Hell Wants to Work for You?: Mastering Employee Engagement

by Tim Eisenhauer

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ISBN-13: 9780997798906
Publisher: Resultris International
Publication date: 04/01/2018
Pages: 328
Sales rank: 505,598
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.88(d)

About the Author

Tim Eisenhauer is the president and co-founder of Axero Solutions. His company develops and markets Communifire, a social intranet and collaboration platform for businesses of all sizes. Over five million people use his software including clients like About.com, TED, Toyota, Bravo, and Schneider Electric.

Tim is the author of Who the Hell Wants to Work for You? Mastering Employee Engagement.

He writes regularly on his company's blog (www.axerosolutions.com/blogs) about employee engagement, management, and other workplace topics. And he's been featured in Fortune, Forbes, TIME, Inc Magazine, Entrepreneur.com, CNBC, Today, and other leading publications.

Tim lives in sunny San Diego, California.

Table of Contents

When You Get to the Bottom of It

Introduction: The Dawn of a New Era

Part 1: Empower the Individual

1. An Employee’s View: The Cubicle-Side Dilemma

2. Hire Traits and Behaviors

3. Engage from Day One

4. Set Goals

5. Keep the Eyes on the Prize

6. Network

Part 2: Empower the Relationship

7. A Manager’s View: What Kind of Boss are You?

8. Use Them or Lose Them

9. Support Career Development

10. Make Them Visible

11. Let Go of Your Inner Micromanager

12. Be Authentic

13. Help

14. Reward Like a King

Part 3: Empower the Culture

15. An Executive’s View: A Company of People

16. Got Culture?

17. Start at the Top

18. Communicate

19. Give Them a Voice

20. Default to Open

21. Go on a Mission

22. Engage Outside of Work

23. Say Thank You

24. Give Them a Break

25. Let the Walls Help

26. Play

Afterword

About the Author

Further Reading

Acknowledgements

Endnotes

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