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Who the Hell Wants to Work for You?

Posted: October 29, 2018 at 7:52 pm / by / comments (1)

Tim Eisenhauer, President and Co-Founder of Axero that develops and markets Communifire, a social intranet and collaboration platform & the author of WHO THE HELL WANTS TO WORK FOR YOU? joins Enterprise Radio.

This episode of Enterprise Radio is working in association with the Author Channel.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Tim Eisenhauer discuss the following:

  1. You say that employee engagement is such a pervasive problem and everyone is talking about it. How does your book aim to solve it?
  2. What are some key mistakes leaders in NOT engaging their teams? What starts the problems?
  3. What are the basic steps to get your employees engaged and working together as a unit?
  4. Communication clearly plays a big role — what are some effective ways to communicate with your people that will be clear and direct but also motivating?
  5. What do you hope leaders or business owners will learn about themselves from your book?

I’m Tim Eisenhauer, president and co-founder of Axero. My company develops and markets Communifire, a social intranet and collaboration platform. Over five million people use our software, and that number is growing.

Our customers invest in Communifire because it saves them time and frustration. That’s the technology promise. The social element adds up to something extra–employee engagement.

Employee engagement has always been a vital topic for Axero. We are a virtual company in a highly competitive market. If people aren’t psyched to work for us, we go out of business tomorrow.

I am fascinated by human behavior and ingrained biases in our thinking. If we are to achieve success, we must learn to work with the human brain, and not against it. It’s true for software development. And it’s true for employee engagement.


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