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Dozens of business book authors have attempted to address the issue of employee engagement. Debates have raged between the merits of incentives, both financial and intangible, as well the benefit to individual coaching versus team-related endeavors. Into this pitched battle steps executive coach and multiple best-selling author Brian Tracy with his new book Full Engagement!, now available as a Soundview Executive Book Summary. There are few leadership experts that combine the depth of research with the ability to translate data into practical advice better than Tracy. Full Engagement! is a combination of real-world scenarios mixed with Tracy’s usual amount of voluminous research.
Tracy once commented to Soundview that he considers himself a synthesizer of information. Readers who pick up a copy of the Soundview summary definitely receive the benefit of Tracy’s considerable powers of synthesis. In addition to his own keen insight, Tracy cites examples from some of the greatest minds in business theory. He goes to considerable length to examine the nature of employee engagement and separate myth from truth. His writing style is structured and cuts to the chase. If Tracy tells you that a belief about employee engagement is mistaken, he supports his point with examples from actual companies. This is particularly important for readers who are weighing the merits of a fiscal reward system in the hopes of increasing employee engagement. To learn more about what Tracy discovered and how your employees can be energized to perform like never before, download your copy of the Soundview Executive Book Summary of Full Engagement! Inspire, Motivate and Bring Out the Best in Your People, available now in multiple digital formats at Summary.com.
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