1001 Companies That Get Employee Engagement

We are excited to announce a new channel for the ExchangeGain message. It’s so new we haven’t even named it yet!

We are launching a regular TV show hosted by our very own Ted Coiné! Yes, you now get to see and hear Ted. Brace yourself. It will be a fun ride!

We decided to ship our TV show without having all the details neatly planned out. Plus our friend and fellow Extraordinary Thinker (a.k.a. “Leaguer”), Stan Phelps, has a new book out. We didn’t want to wait to share his new book with you.

As readers of our blog, you know employee engagement is a topic near and dear to us. Stan’s new book, What’s Your Green Goldfish, looks at employee engagement. Here are a couple of key points from Stan’s new book:

  • His stand is that engaged employees lead to happy customers
  • Stan uses the green goldfish to signify the extras given to employees
  • These extras differentiate a company, increase employee retention, and drive positive word of mouth
  • And guess what? These companies are all thriving, too

And the kicker in all this is Stan has cataloged 1001 companies who have figured out how to make the above (and more) happen with regularity in their culture.

Limited Time Offer

Through tomorrow, Friday April 5th at midnight you can download a free Kindle version from Amazon. If you are an Apple or Kindle user, you can go here to get a free copy of Stan’s new book. Tomorrow is the last day. After today, please visit our Business Heretic’s Bookstore to get your copy. Scroll down a little to see Stan’s new book, plus his first book, What’s Your Green Goldfish?


So, with the introduction done, let’s get to the business of watching the conversation between Ted and Stan Phelps. Roll ‘em . . .


Graphic by Shawn Murphy


Change Leader | Speaker | Writer Co-founder and CEO of ExchangeGain. Passionately explores the space where business & humanity intersect. Promoter of workplace optimism. Believes work can be a source of joy. Top ranked leadership blogger by Huffington Post. The Optimistic Workplace (AMACOM) out 2015

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