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Today’s #1 Secret of Profitability and Performance
“Thank God Roxanne is willing to share her special mix of motivation and proven methods to supercharge your workplace. Readers will move from ‘Thank God It’s Monday’ to ‘I Wish Every Day Could Be Monday.’”
Harvey Mackay, author of the New York Times #1 bestseller Swim With the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive
"Thank God It's Monday! is a mantra all organizations should chant. This book helps you not only see the joy that work can bring but it gives you ways to bring it to life. Buy this book only if you truly want to transform your organization."
John Christensen, creator of the FISH! Philosophy and coauthor of FISH!
“I love this book! Roxanne Emmerich’s ability to transform organizations is nothing short of miraculous. She’s the real deal. Every employer should have this book for every employee, AND any person who wants to be happy at work needs to buy it for themselves.”
Jack Canfield, author of The Success Principles and coauthor of the Chicken Soup for the Soul® series
“Roxanne Emmerich provides an important reminder that trust, integrity, accountability, and FUN are the cornerstones of real business results. Changing the culture of your workplace can be challenging but delivers an undeniable return. Given we spend at least a third of our adult lives at work, we should all aim to wake up after the weekend and shout, ‘TGIM!’”
Jeffrey Hayzlett, Chief Marketing Officer, Eastman Kodak Company
“Read Thank God It’s Monday! and let Roxanne Emmerich’s engaging stories and inspiring ideas help you create passion in your organization. The words ‘love’ and ‘work’ can be used in the same sentence!”
Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager® and author of Leading at a Higher Level
Thank God It’s Monday! is about loving what you’re doing and creating massive results. Roxanne Emmerich introduces you to two CEOs: one desperately struggling to stay afloat and another who’s discovered a better route to growth and profitability. As you join them both on their journey, you’ll gain valuable insights for jumpstarting positive change from anywhere in the organization…replacing dysfunctional organizational behaviors with passion and creativity…overcoming setbacks…making vision and values actually work!
Whether you’re on the front line, in an office, or running the show, you’ll see how to:
• Replace dysfunctional behaviors with passion and creativity
• Overcome setbacks with a “bring it on” attitude
• Breathe results-generating life into vision and values
• Think big and make big things happen
Thank God It’s Monday! presents a unique approach that makes an impact on three groups at once:
• Employees discover how to win at work and love their work
• Companies turn around results quickly and profoundly
• Customers experience a powerful and visible commitment to their success
You will shift from a “why we can’t” to a “how we can” workplace...in one day! Your customers will go crazy about you. You will find yourself loving to go to work where everyone exclaims, Thank God It’s Monday!
Roxanne Emmerich has consulted with half of the nation’s top 1% performing financial institutions as well as hundreds of other business leaders. Her book, Profit-Growth Banking, has been called “the bible of successful business.”
A 20-year management consultant and three-time Entrepreneur of the Year winner, Roxanne has proven that companies grow when their people grow. Thank God It’s Monday! outlines a system for bringing profits and fun to business. She shows how to create a "Thank God It’s Monday" workplace with employees on fire and a bottom line that proves it. She uses her "Kick-Butt Kick-Off" strategy to create immediate culture shifts and achieve tangible results.
A member of the National Speakers Hall of Fame, she is noted by Sales and Marketing Management magazine as one of the most requested speakers for instilling a “bring it on” attitude. She has written hundreds of articles and is frequently interviewed by national media for practical business insights.
A distinguished alum of the University of Wisconsin, Roxanne served as a key advisor to former Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson and as Editor-in-Chief of Extraordinary Banker magazine. She is also the founder of Permission to Be Extraordinary Summit, an executive breakthrough program run by her company, The Emmerich Group.
Roxanne resides in Minneapolis with her husband and children.
As I should have expected, this book is very much a vehicle for Roxanne to sell her services. The advice is very basic and only dances around practical implementation of any of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jordan Riedel
I loved this book. Roxanne does a fabulous job of mixing stories with solid, very credible advice for business owners and their employees. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Darryl Rosen
Generic sound business practices applied to banking environment. I would recommend this book to anyone, especially small business owners serving the public, wanting good advice on... Read morePublished 12 months ago by bosephus
I had to read this for a course in my MBA program, but it is a great book for anyone. It emphasizes how to make things happen in the workplace and how to get others excited about... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Meggg1088
What would it be like to get up on Monday looking forward to work, as we typically do on Friday night looking forward to the weekend. That is the premise of this book. Read morePublished on October 2, 2013 by David W. Spatz
There is nothing new here just regurgitated information that has been covered in countless books and articles. Not worth the read.Published on November 6, 2012 by bill
Who wants to be miserable at work 40 hours a week or to view their job as just a means to a paycheck? Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by Kelly Schuknecht
I'm kind of a connoisseur of management books, and I have to say that this book is one of the first that I've encountered that, while helpful in the same generic aspects that most... Read morePublished on September 23, 2012 by Jerusha