Ask the Author: How To Build World-Class Employee Engagement
We all have a list of books that we want to read, but it can be hard to find the time to tick them off the list! That's why we've partnered with our portfolio company, Blinkist, to build a digital book club where an influential author provides a synopsis of the key insights from their book and then leads an informative group discussion.
On November 29th, Debra Corey, Author of Amazon's #1 HR Best Selling book, Build It, will help us take a look at one of the most important yet overlooked secrets behind business success: employee engagement.
Drawing on a decade of research into 2,000 companies, Debra Corey will share the tactics of some of today’s highest performing companies to shed light on how they keep their workers engaged and productive. One common theme? They all tore up the HR rulebook, and this path-breaking book is designed to help you do just that.
What You Will Learn:
How employee engagement helps companies perform.
The key factors that drive engagement, and how they work together.
What the world's most rebellious companies have done to break the rules of traditional HR and improve engagement.
How to implement The Engagement Bridge™ model to boost productivity, innovation and better decision making.
To enable you to come prepared with questions to ask the author, Blinkist has kindly offered a 30% discount on a subscription by using the code "Insight" at checkout.
"Your all-things-necessary guide to employee engagement. Packed with some terrific case studies, Build it will help you transform your workplace."
– Daniel H. Pink, New York Times bestselling author of DRIVE and WHEN.
"Every company in the world is trying to disrupt itself before it is disrupted by newcomers. Everyone knows why but most struggle with how. Here is a book bursting with great examples, concrete actions, real success. It'll give you ideas, debates, great arguments and, most of all, hope."
– Margaret Heffernan, CEO and bestselling author, Willful Blindness.
"Practical, thoughtful, logical advice and examples for building a high-performance culture. This is a terrific playbook by and for fellow rebels all over the world"
– Patty McCord, Former Chief Talent Officer at Netflix and bestselling author, Powerful.