Thomas McCoy is the President of the Employee Engagement Institute, a training and consulting firm that helps clients to maximize profit by tuning their companies to perform at full potential.
Since the release of his groundbreaking book “Compensation and Motivation” in 1993, he has been a thought leader on the topic of organizational culture and the use of compensation and employee engagement to improve performance and profit.
He has over 35 years experience developing high-involvement, high-performance cultures for over 200 companies in the United States, Europe and South America.
He is the author of four books on the topic of motivation and engagement. They are:
"Compensation and Motivation" Used as a text book at Florida State University in the Advanced Topics in Performance Management studies. Over 12,000 copies sold.
"Creating an Open-Book Organization." Nominated for the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) “Book of the Year” award. Translated into German. Over 11,000 copies sold.
"Employee Engagement: The Framework For The Future."
"Four Attributes of Employee Engagement...and how to develop them."
He developed and taught a two-day seminar on How To Develop a High Performance Culture at George Washington University. He has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, quoted in Newsweek, and nominated for SHRM’s Michael J. Losey award for his work in the field of Human Resources.
He holds a Lean/Six Sigma certificate from Villanova University, a coaching certification from the Johnston Institute and is a graduate of the University of Minnesota. He is a volunteer board member for Support KC, a non-profit that provides business disciplines that help other non-profit organizations achieve their mission.