ISBN 9788175546059,21st Century Manager

21st Century Manager


Di Kamp



Viva Education Private Ltd

Publication Year 2012

ISBN 9788175546059

ISBN-10 8175546050

Paper Back

Number of Pages 218 Pages
Language (English)

Business & management

Do you have what it takes to become a 21st century manager?

Are you fully on board for the roller-coaster ride that will drive organizational change in the next century?

Flexibility, responsiveness, adaptability: these are the qualities that will distinguish the manager of the next millennium. The ability to switch gear and deal with change head on will be the key to success.

In The 21st Century Manager Di Kamp provides you with a route map to the future. She shows you how to discard conventional thinking and outdated theory. Along the way you'll find fresh ideas, creative activities and practical pointers -- clear signposts that will help you to develop your skills and effectiveness in areas such as:

being a future leader, not just a manager;
motivating and inspiring others;
using your emotional intelligence;
being ahead of the game -- always prepared for change;
personal growth - learning and developing new skills.
If you are determined to become a 21st century manager you can begin your journey now. Embark on Chapter 1 and see if you've got what it takes to reach your destination!

About the Author
Di Kamp, CEO of Meta, is an international Performance Improvement Consultant, spending the majority of her time working with people at all levels within companies.

Through Di's down-to-earth and realistic approach, she helps translate theoretical principles into everyday best practice. Di travels extensively throughout the US and UK, working with many different global organizations. She helps individuals tap into their own common sense and wisdom, thereby unleashing the potential of their business.

Table of Contents
Part I The Overview
The context
The manager as leader
Believing that effective management works
Part II Transforming Yourself
Dealing with change
Preparing yourself for effective management
Relating to yourself
The way you think
Being a learner
Setting an example
Part III Communicating Effectively
Building rapport
Giving and receiving information
Setting a direction
Part IV Managing Others
Motivating others
Supporting others
Counselling and coaching
Letting them get on with it
Part V The Rest of the journey
Continuing to develop
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