ISBN 9788130930794,Effective Management

Effective Management

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ISBN 9788130930794
Publisher

Viva Books

Publication Year 2015
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788130930794

ISBN-10 813093079X
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 168 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Business & management

In any organization, there are key players-individuals who set the tone and the culture.
Effective Management offers tips for them to become the instruments of change. The
keys in this book will help managers support teams of people who rise to the occasion,
solve problems proactively, and take advantage of positive opportunities.
Culture is at the root of organizational health. But culture comes from leaders. So
winning culture only arises when an organization has effective management. There are
many long books about how to become a better leader, but Effective Management gets
right to the point: To engage with your employees, you need to practice the 20 keys.
With practical stories of a fictional leadership team supplementing each chapter, A. Keith
Barnes illustrates the concepts presented in the book. It is easy to see what goes right
and wrong, rather than only finding out about leadership theory.
Some of the 20 keys to a winning culture include meeting dos and don'ts, who gets the
credit, dealing with underperformers, and how to feature the benefits. Instead of reading
20 books on each issue, you should read this book to get to the real core of each issue,
and see why changing your approach makes such a big difference in organizations.
TABLE OF CONTENTS : -
Acknowledgments
Foreword
Introduction
Chapter 1 Hiring, Interviewing, and Evaluating Performance
Chapter 2 Mentoring and Training
Chapter 3 Meeting Dos and Don'ts
Chapter 4 Office Relationships
Chapter 5 Who Gets the Credit?
Chapter 6 Dealing With Underperformers

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