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Cohesion Culture is a work of nonfiction set in the business world and was penned by author Dr. Troy Hall. With a promise that it contains ‘Proven Principles to Retain Your Top Talent’, this well-organized volume of ideas and implementation strategies aims to help you keep your best staff happy and settled in your business. In a world where almost everyone is looking for something better, especially if they have the talents to move and grow, there are many inward-looking opportunities that employers are missing. Dr. Hall conveys those ideas to create an environmental transformation in any workplace.
I am a great believer in the staff happiness movement towards greater productivity overall, and author Dr. Troy Hall embraces it too with this friendly and informative guide to keeping hold of and appreciating what you’ve got on your workforce. The work is organized into six intensive chapters, which each have their own short, sharp subsections to make it easy to navigate to exactly the ideas you’re looking for. I found the section on self-development for confident leaders to be particularly helpful, as it contains different theories that allow for diversification depending on personality types. In whole or in part, every paragraph of the work has value and is produced with high-quality cohesive prose and an inspirational atmosphere in its lexical choices. Overall, Cohesion Culture makes convincing arguments for its positive and transformative model and will give fantastic new ideas to any leader or manager looking to create positive changes.