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How to really engage your employees and improve performance

● A new framework to truly understand your employees that will lead to better performance

● Employee engagement is one of the hottest topics in human resource management currently

● Written by a leading expert in employee engagement

● Contains an array of case studies and examples from real-life business and leading companies


Matt Stephens is the founder of Quest Agency, a leading consultancy that specializes in employee engagement.

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