All In: How the best leaders develop a culture of belief and drive big results.
Based on the New York Times bestselling business book All In—with research from 300,000 people in high-performance organizations—Chester Elton teaches leaders how to Engage, Enable and Energize their workforces. Especially designed for organizations facing transformation or market change
The Engagement Effect: How the best managers are engaging employees to meet the needs of a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world
Leadership expert Chester Elton presents findings from 20 years of research, with 850,000-people surveyed, to illustrate the 7 steps today’s most successful managers use to generate superior levels of employee engagement, focus and innovation.
The latest thinking in rewards & recognition
Carrots 2.0: How today’s managers use recognition to engage their people, retain talent, and accelerate performance
Chester Elton’s #1 bestselling book The Carrot Principle has become the preeminent source on employee recognition, and this is Carrots 2.0—the latest research and case studies that show how modern, purpose-based rewards & recognition can produce astonishing increases in operating results, engagement, and retention.
Managing millennials & other generations What Motivates Me?
How to lead and inspire generations in the workplace
Based on Chester Elton’s 850,000-person research study into employee motivation and his bestselling book What Motivates Me, and including his 2016 Primary Research Study of thousands of millennials, he identifies real methods of motivating and engaging today’s young workers to increase engagement, innovation and commitment.
Leadership in the 21st century
Be a Better Manager by Friday: Real skills for inspiring employees, leading a team, and winning in today’s marketplace
In a fresh and thought-provoking keynote presentation, Chester Elton teaches audiences how to lead in such a way that employees will follow—including establishing a clear future vision, enhancing diversity, increasing transparency and trust levels, and developing clear career and development paths.