A book review of Axero Solutions president and cofounder, Tim Eisenhauer's, Who the Hell Wants to Work for You: Mastering Employee Engagement.
"Eisenhauer's terrifically readable nonfiction debut offers a comprehensive breakdown and re-interpretation of some of the most essential elements of the business world. ... The book takes readers through many different aspects of running a business, covering such topics as mission statements, the intricacies of the hiring process, creating a sense of camaraderie, insisting on accountability without micromanaging ... The author's direct, unpretentious tone is the strongest element of his book. By using frank personal anecdotes, along with wide-ranging interviews and other examples, he manages to get across the central importance of his key message: making managers and employees feel empowered. ... Many in the business world, and particularly personnel managers, will find it all invaluable."
-- Kirkus Reviews
You can read the full review here.
About the book
In Who the Hell Wants to Work for You? Mastering Employee Engagement, you'll discover 23 battle-tested principles to help you quickly and easily master employee engagement to make work more fulfilling and rewarding for everyone in your company. Result: your employees do what you want and need them to do — willingly, happily, enthusiastically, and beyond your wildest expectations!
With these powerful management tactics at your fingertips, you'll bring the best out of your employees ... and ignite an unprecedented level of engagement ... without strong-arm tactics, hair-pulling misery, or letting people take advantage of your good nature.
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