Frequency Matters™, Be a Contributor, Not an Employee! is a New Book that Focuses on the Critical Employee Engagement Crisis with a Simple Recipe for Success

Frequency Matters™, Be a Contributor, Not an Employee! by Kristin Mackey and Shawn Herbig, new book on employee engagement.

“Kristin and Shawn do a wonderful job of making leadership wisdom both accessible and fun” – Chris McChesney, co-author of The 4 Disciplines of Execution, 4DX, a The Wall Street Journal #1 Business Bestseller.

Kristin Mackey, a motivational speaker, author of two books, employee engagement expert, and Shawn Herbig, President and Founder of IQS Research, announce the release of their new book Frequency Matters™, Be a Contributor, Not an Employee!, a new book written for the executive, leader and team member who aim to create and sustain a visionary culture. It features expert advice from CEOs, entrepreneurs, designers, engineers, management consultants, educators, IT professionals and HR leaders.

“An article in Gallup (Mann, Annemarie and Harter, Jim, “The Worldwide Employee Engagement Crisis”, January 7, 2016:5) stated: ‘The world has an employee engagement crisis, with serious and potentially lasting repercussions for the global economy.’ With 87% of the world’s employees unengaged, we need a fresh approach.” – Frequency Matters

“When you are committed to your organization and desire to make an impact daily it means your heart and mind are into your job,” said Kristin Mackey. “This book reveals the true driver of passionate performance.”

The book’s findings pull from a curated list of 20 unique voices, successful leaders each offering their perspective on how to create a high performing team.

“We found that improving employee engagement links to improvement in crucial business outcomes (customer rating, profitability, productivity, and quality) and reductions in others (safety incidents, shrinkage, and absenteeism)” — Business Journal, “Secret to Higher Performance”

“When you are interested in your work, you tend to put in more effort and care about the final outcome. When teams care and put in more effort, this usually leads to better ideas and solving problems,” says Peter T. Boyd, General Guru at PaperStreet Web Design, a lead contributor.

Co-author Shawn Herbig states, “World class organizations are built with great teams and great…

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