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Are your people the change you want to see? Employee Engagement figures are flagging. Employees are disgruntled, stressed or underutilised, or all three. The world is changing faster than ever before, and companies and entire industries are fighting for survival. Employees have never been more needed and valuable. So why are we pursuing the same old unsuccessful Engagement models when accessing the full potential of our human capital has never been more critical? Karen J Hewitt urges us to look at Employee Engagement from a whole new level, with a methodology to bring out a company's real …mehr

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Are your people the change you want to see? Employee Engagement figures are flagging. Employees are disgruntled, stressed or underutilised, or all three. The world is changing faster than ever before, and companies and entire industries are fighting for survival. Employees have never been more needed and valuable. So why are we pursuing the same old unsuccessful Engagement models when accessing the full potential of our human capital has never been more critical? Karen J Hewitt urges us to look at Employee Engagement from a whole new level, with a methodology to bring out a company's real leadership potential, and within every single employee. A whole host of practical techniques (the new rules of Engagement) bring Employee Confidence to life, showing us how to create workplaces where employees thrive and drive company performance.
Autorenporträt
Karen J Hewitt is an expert in People, Culture and Behaviours. She holds an MBA with a communication specialism, and is a certified trainer of NLP and Hypnosis. Passionate about the subject of Confidence, and its application in the workplace, she has spent the past seven years observing how confidence, or a lack of it, can be the key ingredient to, and driver of, engagement, culture change and performance. With Employee Confidence - a term she has pioneered in the context of culture change - Karen urges companies to embrace a systems approach to its application and empower their employees to adopt more 'leader-like' behaviours.