WHY ORGANISATIONAL DECISION-MAKING IS THE KEY TO EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
- The value of engagement. Shaffer, Jim // Communication World;Nov/Dec2007, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p13
The article reviews the book "The CEO: Chief Engagement Officer: Turning Hierarchy Upside Down to Drive Performance," by John Smythe.
- Share power with staff. // Employee Benefits;Aug2006, p13
The article reports on proposals for human resource experts in Great Britain to encourage business leaders to entice their employees to participate in improving business performance. John Smythe, founding partner of Engage for Change claimed in a speech at the Employee Benefits Summit for...
- A Question of Eros (Book). Goldsmith, Francisca; Fletcher, Janet // Library Journal;11/1/1986, Vol. 111 Issue 18, p98
Reviews the book 'A Question of Eros: Irony in Sterne, Kierkegaard and Barthes,' by John Vignaux Smyth, with foreword by Mark C. Taylor.
- You say you want a revolution. Lavender, Colleen // Communication World;Mar2014, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p10
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- Leadership in Battle, 1914-1918 (Book Review). Sumler, David E. // Library Journal;9/15/1976, Vol. 101 Issue 16, p1854
Reviews the book 'Leadership in Battle, 1914-1918: Commanders in Action,' by John Smyth.
- PROFESSOR JOHN SMYTH, OBE (1924 - 2005): A founding father of environmental education. Baines, John; Geesteranus, Chris Maas; Reid, Bill; Nicol, Robbie // Environmental Education;Summer2005, Vol. 79, p25
The article presents an obituary for John Smyth, emeritus professor of Biology at Paisley College in Great Britain.
- Letter to the Editor. Smyth, Gemma // USI Journal;Apr-Jun2011, Vol. 141 Issue 584, p276
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Brigadier Sir John Smyth, Bt, VC, MC, MP - His Life and Times," by Baljit Singh in the October-December 2010 issue.
- Telling Baptist Stories: 400 Years Later. Durso, Pamela R. // Baptist History & Heritage;Winter2009, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p2
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Kirsten Timmer on the attempt of Baptist John Smyth to be recognized by the Mennonites, one by Keith Durson on the appearance of Baptist John Griffith in the Old Bailey Courthouse in England and another one about...
- Downstage Upfront: The First 40 Years of New Zealand's Longest-Running Professional Theatre. Evans, Patrick // New Zealand Journal of History;Oct2005, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p252
Reviews the book "Downstage Upfront: The First 40 Years of New Zealand's Longest-Running Professional Theatre," by John Smythe.