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Cutting Through the Noise: The Right Employee Engagement Strategies for You

Davila Norma

Managers are flooded with theories, concepts, and ideas for how to improve employee engagement--but what works, and what doesn't? This book helps managers cut through the clutter of all those strategies and find the one that works for them. Beginning with the myths and realities of employee engagement, authors Davila and Piña-Ramirez highlight the importance of organizational culture and context when it comes to keeping employees invested in the organization.
  • Understand the various stages of employee engagement.
  • Consider change management as a critical issue in employee engagement.
  • Learn how to maintain that engagement throughout your employees' careers.
  • Book Details

    • Publisher: ASTD
    • Publish Date: Nov 15th, 2013
    • Pages: 229
    • Language: English
    • Dimensions: 8.90in - 5.90in - 0.70in - 0.75lb
    • EAN: 9781562868635
    • Categories: Training

    About the Author

    Pina-Ramirez, Wanda: - Wanda Piña-Ramírez is an enthusiastic advocate of selecting and developing talent for business success who has held various roles in industries such as hospitality, tourism, telecommunications, restaurants, petrochemicals, retail, waterworks, and government in United States, the Caribbean Region, and Puerto Rico. Wanda is certified as Coach (CCC) from the University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras, as Practitioner in Neurolinguistic Programming and Applied Kinesiology by the International NLP Trainers Association, and as Human Resources Administrator by the Escuela Avanzada de Administración de Recursos Humanos y Legislación Laboral de Puerto Rico. She serves as Advisory Board Member of the School of Business Administration of the University of Puerto Rico at Bayamón. Wanda received the Training and Development Professional Award of the Puerto Rico chapter of the American Society for Training and Development in 2011.