Group CEO launches first book

Group CEO launches first book

03 May 2013 by Staff Reporter 0 comments

Staff Reporter

The CEO of real estate group Harcourts Victoria, Sadhana Smiles, officially launched her first book, People Power: Did You Have Them @ Hello?, earlier this week.

The book is focused on attracting and retaining quality staff and is designed to help leaders in all industries understand recruitment, aiming to teach people how to manage, engage and coach employees for maximum performance.

“Finding and keeping good people is the key to business success, but it is also one of the biggest challenges for leaders,” Ms Smiles said.

“The different generations in the workplace create further challenges for managers as a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work.

People Power explores these themes and offers practical information on how to manage the recruitment process from attraction to long-term retention.”

Mike Green, managing director of Harcourts International, said the book provided a perfect foundation for any business.

“People are the lifeblood of any industry and so a focus on attracting and retaining the very best talent is vital for any leader,” he said.

“Sadhana’s insights and experience provide a clear framework and foundation.”

Staff Reporter

The CEO of real estate group Harcourts Victoria, Sadhana Smiles, officially launched her first book, People Power: Did You Have Them @ Hello?, earlier this week.

The book is focused on attracting and retaining quality staff and is designed to help leaders in all industries understand recruitment, aiming to teach people how to manage, engage and coach employees for maximum performance.

“Finding and keeping good people is the key to business success, but it is also one of the biggest challenges for leaders,” Ms Smiles said.

“The different generations in the workplace create further challenges for managers as a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work.

People Power explores these themes and offers practical information on how to manage the recruitment process from attraction to long-term retention.”

Mike Green, managing director of Harcourts International, said the book provided a perfect foundation for any business.

“People are the lifeblood of any industry and so a focus on attracting and retaining the very best talent is vital for any leader,” he said.

“Sadhana’s insights and experience provide a clear framework and foundation.”

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