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The Truth About Employee Engagement
This is another great book from Patrick Lencioni. It follows the framework of many of this other books of a fable with the key concepts incorporated into the fable. I really enjoyed the book and had a hard time putting it down. I think I read it over a weekend and took pages of notes and even infused many of the concepts into a staff meeting. Powerful concepts.
The Truth About Employee Engagement is a surprisingly quick-read and would qualify as a page-turner in my opinion given the genre. Brian retires as CEO after successfully building up a fitness company and selling the business. His friends and family are shocked when he decides to re-enter the game by becoming the weekend manager and part-owner of a little, Italian restaurant in need of some big help. His friends, family, and new co-owner are skeptical and pessimistic about his prospects of success given how tough the restaurant industry can be. Anonymity: People are miserable at work when they feel that nobody knows or understands them as individuals.
The Truth About Employee Engagement was originally published as The Three Signs of a Miserable Job. A bestselling author and business guru tells how to.
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