Employee Engagement Book Available by Best Selling Business Author

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NewsWith employee engagement levels at all-time lows, Dr. Chris Bart has written a book to help companies learn how to engage employees at higher levels. The book, “A Tale of Two Employees and the Person Who Wanted to Lead Them”, is a fable that gives insight into strategies and skills that management teams can use to create better employee engagement.

Organizations are decreasing resources and employees to save money and it can make it difficult on the employees that are left. Research reports that the more a workforce is engaged, the better the company performs. When employees are not engaged, research reports that shareholder returns are lower than average.

For those companies that are trying to get out of the recession, engaging employees is high on the agenda but at times can be quite challenging. For this reason, Dr. Chris Bart has written a book after extensive research on employee engagement. He shares his professional advice in his bestselling fiction book that gives readers easy to understand solutions for creating a business with high employee engagement.

CEO of Cirba Corporation, Gerry Smith, shares his thoughts on how helpful the book has been to his management team. He states, “I know my number one challenge: getting others to understand and execute our strategy. A Tale of Two Employees is an entertaining and quick read whereby Bart provides a wonderful step-by-step guide to diligent leadership and employee engagement. A guide to which I now frequently refer to and one that helps my entire management team get the most out of our employees.”

Bart’s book is a must-read for those who struggle with employee engagement issues or those who simply want better engagement in the workforce. It is available as an eBook and as well through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Chapters/Indigo. The website is http://ataleoftwoemployees.com.

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