Low employee engagement is a corporate epidemic. It lives virtually undiscovered on production floors, in office hallways, and in senior leadership offices. It drives up costs, reduces productivity, and robs companies of their hard-earned profits while hiding in plain sight.
The Three-Legged Stool is a simple, how-to-guide to track and improve low employee engagement. Award-winning author and business consultant Dana Couillard uses stories, interviews, and research to reveal new insights into this often ignored problem.
• Learn how to identify and manage low employee engagement
• Harness the power of your employees’ psychological needs for purpose,
control, competence, and connection.
• Build an easy-to-use Employee Engagement Plan complete with your own
unique purpose statement using the step-by-step guide.
The Three-Legged Stool is a powerful new tool that will reverse the negative impacts caused by low employee engagement and the frustration that wreaks havoc on morale and profitability in the private, public, and non-profit sectors.
The Three-Legged Stool is a business leader’s roadmap to enhanced employee wellness, improved productivity, and increased profitability.
About the author
Dana Couillard is a highly engaging storyteller and speaker, as well as an award-winning writer. He recently received his Masters of Arts in Human Development from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.
A professional educator and mentor for over 30 years, Dana specializes in human dynamics, thinking, and behavior at the individual and organizational levels.
His Why: inspiring others to create more meaningful, engaged lives, personally and at work.
His How: teaching new ways of perceiving and thinking.
His What: successfully executing individual and/or business efforts to change.
In his own words, he is driven to help others ‘make change stick!’
With his brother, Hal, he previously co-authored, Lifeworth, Finding Fulfillment Beyond Networth, which won a 2013 Business Axiom Book Award.
Currently a fifth degree black belt, Dana is a member of the International Fudokan Traditional Karate Association and the International Traditional Karate Federation.
He lives in Lethbridge, Alberta with his wife Brenda, and they have four adult children.