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Crisis of Disengagement : How Apathy, Complacency, and Selfishness Are Destroying Today's Workplace
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DEATH BY DISENGAGEMENT: A COMPELLING CASE FOR ERADICATING THE SILENT KILLER IN YOUR WORKPLACE 51% not engaged, disconnected. 17.5% actively disengaged. More than two-thirds of the US workforce is not engaged. Many of these disengaged employees are within your company. They show up in time and turn the wheels in some way or another until five o’clock rolls around. On the surface, business is running smoothly, but internally, vitality is wilting. What is the remedy? Engagement. And it all starts with you and a change in your corporate culture. Disengagement is serious—in fact, it’s lethal to business and morale. And in The Crisis of Disengagement, Andrew J. Sherman stresses to business executives that the people within the company must be reignited to achieve both personal and overall company growth. Quantitative rewards are simply not enough. Learn ways to inspire true joy, pride, and passion in all facets of your company as Sherman explicitly delves into the impact of disengagement in the workplace, backed by his own professional experience, academic research, and consulting-firm reports, further supported by the expertise of the following guest contributors: Bob Rosen, Shelby Scarbrough, Alaina Love, Philip R. Styrlund, Kaihan Krippendorff, and Robert Gappa.
Number of Pages: 315
Genre: Business + Money Management
Publisher: Ingram Pub Services
Author: Andrew J. Sherman
Street Date: January 5, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-46-9986
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