Part of our Thought Leadership includes featured publications written by our own workforce experts. The books they have authored are based on years of research, observation and extensive experience in their respective fields. These works are available in the market today and include:
“RESPECT: Delivering Results by Giving Employees What They Really Want” by Dr. Jack Wiley, Founder and President, The High Performance Institute by Kenexa and Dr. Brenda Kowske, Bersin & Associates
RESPECT is the result of more than 30 years of research into what workers want and how giving them what they want offers huge rewards—engaged workers, satisfied customers and higher profits. The book shows everyone from top executives of multinational firms to small-company front-line managers how to create a high-performing and fulfilling workplace.
“Where Have All the Senior Women Gone? 9 Critical Job Assignments for Women Leaders” by Dr. Ines Wichert, Senior Psychologist, The High Performance Institute by Kenexa
Where Have All the Senior Women Gone? provides essential career guidance for corporate women with talent and ambition as well as advice for HR leaders on managing a diverse workforce. Dr. Wichert examines nine job assignments that every woman should have on her job resume in order to lay the way for promotion and progression. She also provides insights into the lessons learned by top senior women and men in business.
“Strategic Employee Surveys: Evidence-Based Guidelines for Driving Organizational Success” by Dr. Jack Wiley, Founder and President, The High Performance Institute by Kenexa
Published in 2010, Strategic Employee Surveys: Evidence-Based Guidelines for Driving Organizational Success is described as a must–read for organisations wanting to move their business strategy and survey program closer together. It provides a well–balanced approach to making the business case for employee surveys and providing reinforcement on the essential components—from purpose and development of the instrument to results analysis to action planning.