I know some of you have been thinking about gifting my book, Who the Hell Wants to Work for You? Mastering Employee Engagement, to your boss, your former boss, or your soon-to-be former boss. It’s also a great gift—and a great conversation starter—for your business-friendly family and friends.
So, for the holidays, until Jan 1st, 2019 …
- Buy it from Amazon (or any other retailer)
- Forward the receipt to [email protected]
- I’ll send you a copy of the Audiobook. Free!
If you already purchased a copy:
Then after the holidays, from all the receipts, I’ll pick a name out of a hat and send the winner a signed copy.
How does that sound to you?
And in case you’re wondering if you’ll like it, here’s what Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards has to say about it…
“… a jam-packed volume directed at multiple audiences – employees, employers and mid-level managers. The advice offered here is myriad and detailed … practical and pragmatic.
[Tim] prefaces each chapter with quotes from known and unknown experts and sprinkled through each chapter with more quotes, pie charts, graphs, bullet-point items, quotes from pop culture figures and stats. There is a different visual break on nearly every page which makes the highly compacted information easier to unpack.
One of the most interesting features is the frequent examples and anecdotes from big name and historically profitable companies and corporations on creative ways they treat their employees. It’s easy to see why these are also top-ranked places to work.
There are tips on how not to become a micromanager, thus taking power away from your employees and their creativity, and advice on determining what empowers the employees and the employers.
The author also uses some very good writing techniques, including parallel structure, deliberate fragments that contribute to a conversational style, Q&As, even the occasional simile…”?
—Judge, 25th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards, 2018
Read more reviews here.
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Thanks for reading. Happy holidays! And a happy new year!
~ Tim Eisenhauer