“Employee Engagement Eats Execution For Breakfast.”
As a leader, have you heard this engagement quote but wrestle with how to make it happen? Is it painful to administer a “Best Places to Work” or 12 to 50 question Employee Engagement survey without having any way to address your employee’s feedback with clear repeatable actions? – This book shows you how to permanently close this gap.
Do you believe that Employee Engagement is really important, but are wondering where to get started, how to work on it, address it, systematize an approach, cut through the touchy-feely fog?
Wondering how to make engagement something that is tangible, measurable, actionable, sustainable?
Your author’s clients felt the same way and they broke the code, solved the riddle, made employee engagement simple and straightforward, sustainable.
Students of the game who get into this book are tired of the 30,000 foot, ivory-tower perspective of employee engagement. They are disappointed with the theory articles and theory books on engagement, they want a way to bring it down to the ground, make it actionable, executable, repeatable.
Walt’s employee engagement clients, over 200 of them since 2007, helped develop and prove the approach he shares in the book. This is not theory, it is on the ground real-world, real-person stuff.
In The Patient Organization Brown shares the Why, How and What of sustainable employee engagement (to borrow Simon Sinek’s “Golden Circle” model)
- Brown lays out the Why: The psychology between humans and Engagement so you can understand the mechanics that help or hinder it.
- Then he takes you through the What: 7 straight forward questions you and your team need to answer.
- Then lays out How: How you initiate and then keep your employee engagement effort moving.
With this approach you will be able to take something that is mushy and squirrelly to something you can get your hands around to mold and shape, making employee engagement measurable, easy to respond to, and actionable.
The Patient Organization is the textbook for the 7 Question – 7 Promise Momentum Framework and is used in conjunction with Scaling Up, Rockefeller Habits, 4DX, Entrepreneurial Operating System, EOSⓇ. It is designed for determined go-getters who won’t settle for anything less than building and maintaining their dream company.