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Create Value as a Senior Leader is a work of non-fiction in the business and self-improvement genres, and was penned by author Shona Elliott. Promising “Effective Strategies to Retain Employees, Increase Engagement, and Achieve Your Organization’s Goals”, this well organized and concise work takes readers through elements such as productivity, motivation, and relationships within the workplace. As many leaders find that their workers are either leaving for better opportunities or are lackluster and unsatisfied in their current work, this book offers tips and practices that can be utilized to build better relationships and engagement, and therefore get much more out of a happier workforce in return.
Author Shona Elliott has produced a really useful and genuine guidebook that focuses on people power without ever being gimmicky or exploitative with regard to that fact. The connection between happiness and high performance is made in a really easy to understand way, developing over different chapters to show how genuine engagement and caring for the workforce is paid back tenfold in terms of a business’s future success. Now more than ever, these practices are to be celebrated and are most needed, and this well-organized guidebook certainly offers a lot, especially when combined with Elliott’s professional but accessible and positive narrative tone. Overall, this makes Create Value as a Senior Leader an essential read for anyone managing a team and looking to help them reach their full potential, and indeed workers who feel unsatisfied could offer these excellent suggestions to their workplace in the future.