Leading employee motivation expert and multi-million copy best-selling author Dr. Bob Nelson engages listeners in the new realities for attracting, retaining, and motivating today’s employees in today’s tough economic times. He focuses on Best Practices, real-life Case Studies and practical examples and techniques that any manager or business owner can immediately put into practice to start getting immediate results from their staff. . Whether you manage one person or 10,000, you’ll gain a better understanding as to how you can inspire exceptional performance from others with every show.
Motivating Today’s Employees with Dr. Bob Nelson
Bob Nelson is one of the world’s leading authorities on employee motivation & management and president of Nelson Motivation Inc., a management training and consulting company that specializes in helping organizations improve their management practices, programs and systems. He is a co-founder of Recognition Professionals International and worked closely with Dr. Ken Blanchard (co-author of The One Minute Manager) as his vice president, chief of staff and ghostwriter for ten years.
Dr. Nelson has sold 3.5 million books on management and employee motivation, including 1001 Ways to Reward Employees (now in a 2nd edition), The 1001 Rewards & Recognition Fieldbook, 1001 Ways to Energize Employees, 1001 Ways to Take Initiative at Work, The Management Bible, and his latest, Keeping Up in a Down Economy: What the Best Companies do to Get Results in Tough Times.He has appeared extensively in the national media including CBS’ 60 Minutes, CNN, MSNBC, PBS, NPR and has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, Fortune, BusinessWeek and Inc. magazines, and numerous other publications to discuss how to best motivate today’s employees.
He received an MBA in organizational behavior from UC Berkeley and earned his PhD in management with Dr. Peter Drucker at The Peter F. Drucker Graduate Management School of the Claremont Graduate University in Los Angeles. He teaches organizational behavior for the Rady School of Management at the University of California at San Diego.