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In Nine Minutes on Monday, leadership guru James Robbins argues that employee engagement comes down to one thing: A constant dedication to meeting the universal needs that drive performance excellence. In today's chaotic, high-stakes business environment, it is easy to get distracted from leadership responsibilities by focusing on tasks at hand instead of on strategy.
But when you neglect to keep your leadership priorities in front of you, everyone suffers - your staff, your organization and, in the end, you.
Whether you lead a small team or an entire organization, you’ll discover the nine keys to raising productivity, boosting morale, and increasing employee engagement. Nine Minutes on Monday combines proven engagement drivers and principles of human motivation into a simple system of execution that will show immediate results.
©2014 James Robbins (P)2012 McGraw-Hill Education
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By Tracy on 02-27-15

Just what I needed to hear!

I was looking for a book to help me understand culture in the workplace. This was perfect. Supported a lot of ideas I've been carrying around. Confirmed what I was thinking. Great book. Great reader.

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By Josh on 01-18-18

A guru with lacking substance

What would have made Nine Minutes on Monday better?

A ‘guru’ shares personal and other anecdotal stories then maps these to manager behaviors. Are the behaviors helpful? Probably but I can’t say for certain because it’s just this gurus personal beliefs. There are better books that propose systems that have been proven out by organizations and teams.

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