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on January 9, 2014
It's a good basic reading on the subject.
I also think Kruse offers some good practical ideas that any manager with a sincere intention of taking charge could apply with a little discipline to get used to the new behaviors required (habits).
My favorite expression: “if you care, you can drive engagement. But you do have to care” (pg 13).
The weakest part: the 7 items survey. In my opinion, the first three of them doesn't measure engagement at all, but rather some general attitude towards the company. So if you want to get some idea about your team's engagement, a little more precise than mere intuition or vague perception, focus on the answers to the items 4 to 7, which are directly connected to the engagement drivers specified by Kruse.
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on June 5, 2013
Employee engagement is directly related to profitability and productivity and maintaining a high level of employee engagement is key for all leaders/managers. This is a "must read" for any leader with direct reports. The book is short (about 50 pages) yet every page is rich with ideas and tips.

It is a bit pricey for a short publication but the good news is that Kindle version is a nice price.

Ed Nottingham, PhD, PCC
Consulting & Clinical Psychologist
Author, It's Not As Bad As It Seems
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on March 4, 2015
Very practical easy to read book. Has all the right components for leaders to improve engagement and their own leadership skill as well.
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on July 7, 2017
Great product!!!
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on September 24, 2012
Employee Engagement 2.0 is an amazing book. Kevin Kruse managed to distill invaluable know how, from his own experience, in a book that can be read over a weekend but can have life-long implications.
The author guides the reader through practical steps on Why, How, Whom and When.
It ends up with a well-defined process of increasing employee engagement, on which the reader could very easily build in order to make it context specific and applicable for his/ her particular environment.
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on December 15, 2013
One of the things I really enjoyed was the brevity of the book. Concise tips and thoughts about Employee Engagement with lot of extra words.
My only wish would be for a little more data about people who have implemented Kevin's questions (or similar) and how successful they were. The stories were good anecdotes, but I'd love to see a "large scale" verification of the process.
Overall, definitely worth reading.
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on January 2, 2013
Read this book if you currently manage and lead teams, or plan to in the future. You will find the book full of "real-world stuff" that will be very useful to you and your organization. The book is a very quick and fun read. The information presented by Kruse is organized into actionable items that any manager/leader can easily follow and use to help keep their teams focused on producing positive business results while also positively impacting their personal lives. Enjoy!
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on May 10, 2016
Skeptics and engagement aficionados alike will appreciate this no-nonsense, how-to book(let) on getting better results from your people. Easy-to-read and a great way to invest 45-60 minutes, this book will help you be a better leader and a better person.
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on September 17, 2016
Not bad. Has some practical advice. The author keeps it extremely simple. I found myself wanting more, however, I believe it would have been a great read early on in my career. I would recommend to a new leader.
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on December 2, 2015
Great if your a supervisor looking to learn more. Its interesting on how the mind set of making employees seem like they are the best and most important asset to the company. It would be a good book if your starting out supervising, but remember you can't motivate the unmotivated.
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