This book, which takes the employees' perspective, illustrates what works and what doesn't work to engage, involve, and motivate a workforce. Through examples, it shows how the "engage" methodology links to the Lean Process. While focusing on the softer/"people" part of Lean, it maximizes the value returned on the organization's investment in Lean. It links "engagement" to measurable performance improvements. The how-to book includes a methodology overview and details on how to implement including communication do's and don'ts as well as a checklist for leader standard work (a tool for individual leaders to track and be recognized for their "engage, involve, and motivate" behaviors).

chapter 1|9 pages

What Is Engagement?

chapter 4|14 pages

Find Projects to PULL People

chapter 5|12 pages

Ask for Ideas on Specific Improvements

chapter 7|14 pages

Motivate Actions with Positive Recognition

chapter 9|1 pages

Complete, Then Repeat

chapter 11|4 pages

How Project Teams Create Motivation

chapter 12|10 pages

Build a Culture of Trust with Your Actions

chapter 13|6 pages

How to Measure Your Success

chapter 16|4 pages

Grow More Leaders