Building a High Morale Workplace

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This book presents workplace-proven tips and tactics for building employee spirit - and accomplishment. Employees with high morale perform at significantly higher levels. So how can you, as a manager whose success depends on the performance of your employees, ensure consistently high enthusiasm, energy, and employee morale? Building a High Morale Workplace shows you how to create a fun, synergistic work environment, one designed to inspire superior employee commitment and performance, by: building quality, one-to-one relationships with your employees; giving - and getting - valuable feedback; helping employees regain lost morale during difficult times; and, employee morale is the wildcard in any management situation. And whether your organization is experiencing good times or bad, it is you - the manager - who is responsible for creating and maintaining superior employee morale. Let Building a High Morale Workplace , the latest value-packed guidebook in McGraw-Hill's popular Briefcase Books series, provide you with hands-on techniques and innovative strategies for keeping employee spirits high, and adding value to both your organization and your management career. Briefcase Books , written specifically for today's busy manager, feature eye-catching icons, checklists, and sidebars to guide managers step-by-step through everyday workplace situations. Look for these innovative design features to help you navigate through each page: clear definitions of key terms, concepts, and jargon; sensible strategies for improving workplace morale; how-to hints for creating a high-energy environment; advice to keep you from inadvertently damaging morale; warning signs of things going wrong when dealing with employees; stories and insights from the managing experiences of others; and, specific steps for the implementation of morale-building procedures.