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Rodd Wagner is the New York Times bestselling author of the book "Widgets," to be released in March 2015. He is one of the foremost authorities on employee engagement and collaboration. Wagner's books, speeches, and thought leadership focus on how human nature affects business strategy. He currently serves as vice president of employee engagement strategy at BI Worldwide.
Wagner is a confidential advisor to senior executives on the best ways to increase their personal effectiveness and their organizations' performance. His work has taken him around the world, to the executive suites of major corporations in nearly every industry, to the Pentagon, and to the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz.
Wagner is lead author of the books "12: The Elements of Great Managing" and "Power of 2: How to Make the Most of Your Partnerships at Work and in Life." His books have been published in 10 languages and his work featured in The Wall Street Journal, ABC News Now, BusinessWeek.com, CNBC.com, and the National Post of Canada, and parodied in Dilbert.
Wagner holds an M.B.A. with honors from the University of Utah Graduate School of Business. He was formerly a principal of Gallup, the research director of the Portland Press Herald and WGME-TV in Maine, a reporter and news editor for The Salt Lake Tribune, and a radio talk show host. When not writing or consulting, he enjoys fly-fishing, snowboarding, and coaching youth lacrosse.
Pretty basic management 101 book, but it's always good to refresh what you should already be doing. I bought copies for my management team and they enjoyed reading this book... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Antoine Johnson
This is one of the best management books I’ve purchased. It was an enjoyable read and it wasn’t nearly as expensive as other books on the subject!Published 12 months ago by Heather Ann Gower
Good read to help understand how engagement affects a business and its employees.Published 13 months ago by Ginger E Butler
This book provides so many examples of what you might find and have to react to but even more so, it outlines just how long such a transformation might take.Published 14 months ago by Michael Giglio
this is a great sequel to switched and Decisive. a must read for all upcoming managers and would be leadersPublished 16 months ago by Howard Spencer
Good, sound managerial advice that has been derived from a large amount of data collected on business organizations. A must read!Published 18 months ago by TechJunkie