Creating an e-book

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Experience Level: Intermediate
Num. of books: 1
Pages per book: 10 to 25?
Industry: Business
Topic: Employee Productivity, Engagement, Motivation
Tone: Informal/Casual
Outline & Structure: I am looking to have an e-book written on Employee Engagement and Productivity.
My thoughts are below but am very happy for the person I work with to add their thoughts and make sensible changes.

The initial title will be something like this: "The 10 Fundamental Pillars of Employee Productivity and Engagement and the key Actions to Improve things Immediately."

The chapters were likely to be these:

Pillar 1: Being part of a winning team/business
Pillar 2: Respect for the Leadership Team
Pillar 3: Believing in the direction and success of the company
Pillar 4: Respecting your boss - a manager that will coach and listen
Pillar 5: Being dealt with fairly
Pillar 6: Ensuring that employees have a voice - personally and collectively
Pillar 7: Having a sense of personal development and progress
Pillar 8: Having an effective performance review process
Pillar 9: Trusting the capability and integrity of your colleagues
Pillar 10: Regularly measuring the engagement staff

Each of these chapters will need approximately a page or possibly two of copy with an infographic on approaches to fix/improve the pillar. Infographics can either be done by this person or I can find someone else to help me with this.
Extensive research needed: no
Extra notes: I am happy to be interviewed extensively so that my tone and approach can be understood. Very important to adopt my tone and approach. I'm pretty informal and chilled. I am however passionate and enthusiastic about what I do and so that will need to be brought through in this.

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