As competition for talent increases, skilled talent appears to be diminishing in supply. However, there are practical and affordable ways in which to attract and keep top talent on your team. The authors of “Amazing Workplace” provide a wealth of information derived from years of hands-on experience and training in their select fields. Each of them discusses workplace success from a different perspective, all of which harmonize into a singular theme that resonates with high performance. Their combined efforts provide a balanced approach to solving the difficult challenges you face with your most valuable asset: your people.
The workplace is comprised of people who bring to it a unique mix of skills, talents, experiences and perspectives. Together, they produce something far greater than any of them can create on their own. This book is written by a group of rare and distinguished individuals whose skills, talents, experience, and perspectives provide a richer insight into workplace dynamics that any of them alone could ever provide. Without their collaborative co-authorship, this book could not have been possible.
The rules for workplace engagement are changing. The market for talent is shifting as workers choose from an increasing variety of opportunities at their fingertips. The process of talent selection once dominated by the employer has transitioned to a more level playing field. Job seekers are progressively becoming more selective in their employment choices, basing their criteria on values that belong to a new type of workforce.
Amazing Workplace: Creating the Conditions that Inpsire Success is edited by Linda Ruhland and is comprised of esteemed artists, thought leaders, business advisors and coaches, which includes Billy McLaughlin, Jayne Sanders, Hugh Ballou, Dawn Morningstar, Darrin Nelson, Mary Hirsch, Julie Hill, Vitalia Bryn-Pundyk, Kit Welchlin, Jeanette Bronée, Terri Wilcox, and John Hajewski. Roxanne Emmerich, the author of New York Times bestseller “Thank God It’s Monday,” provides the foreword.