How to Motivate Every Employee: 24 Proven Tactics to Spark Productivity in the Workplace

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McGraw Hill Professional, Mar 23, 2006 - Business & Economics - 128 pages
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Your people want to be motivated, to be inspired to do their best work, and to perform at their highest levels. Your job as a manager is to help your employees achieve their goals.

How to Motivate Every Employee will show you how to unharness your employees’ motivation by uncovering their inner needs and desires and demonstrating how to relate them to your organization’s goals and activities in a way that benefits you both. Written by Anne Bruce, a top motivational coach whose work has been used at Coca-Cola, Ben & Jerry’s, Southwest Airlines, and hundreds of other corporations worldwide, this nuts-andbolts guidebook has tangible techniques and idea starters on virtually every page to help you:

  • Make employees feel like partners instead of workers
  • Show everyone how they contribute to, and profit from, the big picture
  • Encourage intelligent risktaking and demonstrate its positive rewards
  • Develop an organization with freeflowing, two-way communication, from top-to-bottom
  • Hire people you want to keep and build a culture that makes them want to stay
  • Transform a group of individuals into a unified and results-focused team

How to Motivate Every Employee shows you how it's all done. From giving employees a meaningful purpose to providing them with tangible rewards, this concise rulebook will give you the knowledge you need to infuse your employees and organization with passion, camaraderie, and motivation.

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Anne Bruce Anne Bruce is a nationally recognized speaker and workshop leader. The author of a number of popular titles, including Building a High Morale Workplace and Motivating Employees, Bruce has appeared on network television programs including the “CBS Evening News,” “48 Hours,” and “Good Morning America,” and has been interviewed in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Newsweek, and other prominent publications.

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