Houston, Texas (PRWEB) March 26, 2014
Aarthun Performance Group, (APG), the creator of The Profit Specialist® Company-Wide Business Simulations, recently published an eBook revealing the connection between financial intelligence and employee commitment. In the book, APG explores the disconnect that employees can feel when they do not have a clear insight into how their own actions affect the company’s overall success and profits. This lack of financial intelligence results in an uncommitted workforce lacking in passion and motivation.
Based on their 20+ years of experience with Fortune 100 and 500 companies, APG has seen the level of passion that employees experience when they feel just as connected to their company as they do their favorite sports team. Their involvement and commitment to the organization increase, as does the bottom line.
Urging management to consider what it takes to get full employee commitment and involvement, Knowing the Score: How Financial Intelligence = Employee Commitment details the actions that can be taken to make employees feel known, relevant, and measureable. A significant part of the recommended strategy is the teaching of financial intelligence to employees. APG theorizes that employees who understand how their company functions become looped in to company performance and therefore become more committed to helping their “team” improve and score a “goal”.
Knowing the Score provides the keys to motivating each and every employee to:
Knowing The Score: How Financial Intelligence = Employee Commitment is available as a free download at http://info.theprofitspecialist.com/employee-commitment.
About Aarthun Performance Group, Ltd.
APG develops and customizes high impact, financial sales and professional/managerial training programs that deliver bottom line results and helps create better business people. Over the past 20+ years, APG and The Profit Specialist® have helped more than 200 of the Fortune 500 companies improve their profitability by enabling their salespeople to defend price by: understanding the impact pricing has on profitability; how profits are lost during the sales process because tangible value is given away; how extending accounts receivables cost the company money and that they need to manage it better or get something in return; and how to sell multiple products and services at higher margins to higher level economic decision makers.