Innovation and employee engagement are terms that most people don’t hear very often if at all. After reading Jag Randhawa’s The Bright Idea Box, I almost wish I worked in a company that uses his ideas on employee engagement or I wished I was a CEO so that I could implement these ideas. They are that good. But since I am neither an employee nor a company executive I will have to resign myself to just highly recommending his book to the people I know who are.
So, whether you are an employee or executive, you will find this book so beneficial to you and your company that you will want to send a book (after you read it, of course) to your boss (unless you are the boss) so that your own employment experience will be much more rewarding.
If you are a CEO, you will want to start a program of employee engagement as laid out in The Bright Idea Box so that your company can reach levels of success that you always dreamed about.
And the great part about Jag’s book is that he makes your dream easy to attain because the information on how to engage your employees is so well done.
My final thought for you is to take the bull by the horn and do whatever it takes to get your company on board with these ideas. Read the book yourself, recommend it to your boss or even better, buy it and give it to your boss. The consequences of doing this will benefit you immensely. You will be happier at work, you will always have a job as your company will thrive, you will prosper along the way with your company and you will have the satisfaction of knowing you have made a difference in many people’s lives. Can you think of anything better than this?