Find out why tens of thousands of managers around the world are using Nine Minutes on Monday to increase the motivation and engagement of their staff.
Nine Minutes on Monday
Transform Your Leadership in Minutes
In today’s environment it’s easy to become task focused, leaving work teams that are over-managed, under-led, and operating below their true potential. Nine Minutes on Monday combines proven engagement drivers and principles of human motivation into a simple system of execution. No matter how busy you are, Nine Minutes on Monday will ensure your staff are motivated, inspired, and equipped to bring their best to work each day.
In it you will learn:
How to use the simple 9-minute template to keep your leadership priorities in front of you no matter how busy you are so your people are never without their leader.
How to apply the top drivers of engagement with employees who are telecommuting
The four emotional bonds you want to make with every new hire during their first 30 days that will get them up to speed quickly and literally cement them to your organization
Who Should Read This Book?
Managers who want to learn how to motivate their staff
Managers who want to see higher levels of productivity among their staff
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What People Are Saying
“In Nine Minutes on Monday, James Robbins is your guide to reaching new leadership heights. His insights remind us of what is important, and what we need to be consistently doing to lead.”
—Mark Sanborn, award-winning speaker and author of The Fred Factor and You Don’t Need a Title to Be a Leader
“James Robbins is a terrific observer, thinker, and storyteller. He also has marvelous insights about how leaders can help employees become more connected to their work setting. He weaves together personal stories with thoughtful leadership insights into a compelling book. if leaders will do the nine minutes he suggests each Monday morning, they will become what we have called ‘meaning makers’ who deliver enormous value to their employees, customers, investors, and communities.”
— Dave Ulrich, professor, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan; partner, The RBL Group; coauthor, The Why of Work
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