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50 Top Tools for Employee Engagement

A Complete Toolkit for Improving Motivation and Productivity

Improve resilience, motivation and productivity in your workplace by drawing upon these ready-to-use, tried-and-tested resources.
EAN: 9780749479879
Edition: 1
Published:
Format: 235x155
256 pages

About the book

Engaged employees are more productive, motivated and resilient, yet gaining financial support to develop engagement is harder than ever as budgets are being squeezed and everyone is being asked to do more with less. 50 Top Tools for Employee Engagement shows that you don't need expensive interventions or additional resource to achieve employee engagement. It contains practical tools which can be used to make an immediate difference to engagement, whether you're working with individuals, teams or the organization as a whole.

Each tool in 50 Top Tools for Employee Engagement includes guidance on when to use it, how long it will take and useful hints and tips to help get the most out of it. Most importantly, this book will give guidance on how to measure the impact of each tool to show what's working and where efforts are best focused. Addressing all the key areas of engagement throughout the employee life cycle, from talent attraction and induction to career progression and development, this book is a complete resource to engaging your workforce.

About the authors

Debbie Mitchell

Debbie Mitchell is an organizational development consultant specializing in employee engagement, coaching, talent management, change and HR support. She has experience of senior HR roles in organizations across FMCG manufacturing, supply chain, retail, public sector and support service sectors. She is the author of 50 Top Tools for Employee Engagement and 50 Top Tools for Employee Wellbeing both published by Kogan Page.

More about Debbie Mitchell

Given that only 17% of UK employees are fully engaged, 83% have a greater contribution to make if we could enhance their levels of engagement (Gallup 2011 to 12). In 50 Top Tools for Employee Engagement, Debbie Mitchell offers clear advice on how to do just this. Every manager with responsibility for leading people should have this book on their shelf. Whenever they wonder how to enhance the contribution from their team, they will have some inspirational and pragmatic ideas at their fingertips.

Susan Binnersley, Managing Director, H2H Resources Ltd