How to Create Purposeful Workplace w/ Employees

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<p><strong>Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. &mdash; May 22</strong><br />In Charles Acker&rsquo;s new book, &quot;That Dog Just Don&rsquo;t Hunt: Create a Powerful and Purposeful Workplace by Selecting and Keeping the Right Employees,&quot; he identifies methods many managers adopt that often breed employee distrust, turnover and deficiencies rather than mentoring employees to be purposeful, powerful resources focused on the success of the business.<br /><br />Acker addresses the common belief that employees are as much of a problem as they are a resource, and he demonstrates that a peek into corporate operations will reveal management techniques that are destined to fail. </p><p>He lays out a simple strategy for resolution in the workplace, addressing the most basic human needs and truths, and he explains that although employees themselves are complex, the motivating factors for recharging them are not as complicated as management often makes them.<br /><br />Acker thinks employees are hired to meet business expectations but somehow fail at that task. </p><p>&ldquo;There are only two reasons for failure: Either the employee does not want to meet our expectations, or they simply do not know what we want,&rdquo; he said. </p><p>Every business struggles with employee issues, Acker adds, but he thinks his book will provide simple and easy-to-use strategies to help managers find, hire and retain quality employees. </p><p>&quot;That Dog Just Don&rsquo;t Hunt&quot; provides readers with relevant anecdotes, useful templates and a common-sense approach to successful management.<br /><br />Acker has spent nearly 30 years working in a corporate environment. </p><p>As a vice president of operations and a director of training, he has recruited, hired and trained thousands of successful employees. </p>

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