People problems? We've all experienced them. Problems with: performance, leadership, engagement, turnover, clarity and focus, cooperation.... The list goes on.
But what if you could turn it around and transform your people into a competitive advantage?
Processes and technology have already been optimized. But people remain a largely untapped pool of potential. If you can learn to optimize your workforce, you'll gain the kind of transformational improvement that becomes a success story.
This audiobook will show you a simple, practical approach to optimizing your workforce and tapping into the potential that's there waiting.
How do I know? I'm Brad Wolff, the People Maximizer. I specialize in workforce optimization and guiding companies to make the most of their “human potential resources.” I've spent more than 20 years in the recruiting business, and I've seen it all. I know what works and what doesn't. I wrote this book because my passion is empowering people to create the business success and life fulfillment they desire. In today's business world, that's impossible without making the most of your people.
In this book, you'll learn:
Buy this audiobook now to transform your organization and turn your people into your greatest asset.
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In the ever-changing and unpredictable global environment, the ability of organizations to surround themselves with a capable workforce is vital for any small or large organization. Brad Wolff shines a bright light on this otherwise not so well capitalized recourse. Considering workforce optimization a paradigm shift, Wolff underlines the importance of planning a comprehensive approach for achieving this goal which would lead to convergence of the individual and organizational goals. Although in hind sight what Wolff has proposed in this book seem so obvious, coming up with the specific ideas, identifying the problem areas, and developing step by step solutions in a clear, concise, easy to follow way is a major accomplishment Wolff should be credited for. Dr. Farhad Raiszadeh, Retired Professor of Management, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga