Macmillan Nominates “Employee Morale…” as Business Book of the Year in FT/Goldman Sachs Contest

I’m very pleased to say that the book I co-wrote with Professor Cary Cooper has been nominated as Business Book of the Year 2010 in a Financial Times/Goldman Sachs contest due to be held in October 2010. The book is titled: Employee Morale: Driving Performance in Challenging Times and is the first of its kind to link worker morale and engagement to crucial performance metrics such as customer satisfaction, profitability, productivity and worker health. Using data from the world’s largest workforce opinion databases and research from the best academic centers, we make the case for morale and engagement not only being connected to but driving performance in these key areas.

Read more about the contest here:

http://www.ft.com/indepth/business-book-award-2010

For more about the book please see here.

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  1. David, this is terrific news and well deserved!

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