ISBN 9788126550241,The Little Black Book for Managers

The Little Black Book for Managers


Kevin Money


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Wiley India Pvt Ltd

Publication Year 2014

ISBN 9788126550241

ISBN-10 8126550244


Number of Pages 240 Pages
Language (English)


This book has been conceived and designed as an independent support tool for managers at all levels, from shop-floor supervisor to main board director. It contains specific examples of words and phrases that can be used as well as illustrations and exercises to analyze your current performance. When you get into the habit of recognizing and leveraging your moments of power, then not only will you be better off, but so will your team members, your colleagues and your bosses.
Part 1 -- Your Rewarding Job
Your Responsibilities
Your Goals
Your Performance
Your Messages
Part 2 -- Its All About You
Your Focus
Your Time
Your Image
Your Ideas
Part 3 -- Your Team Is What You Make It
Your Interactions Your Authority
Your Successes and Failures
Your Meetings
Your People
Part 4 -- Your Talented Staff
Their Personalities
Their Reactions
Their Motivations
Their Talents
Their Behaviours
Their Career Changes
About the Author: John Cross, Rafael Gomez, Kevin Money
John Cross has designed and delivered learning and development programmes and has the real-world practitioner experience -- RAF instructor, sales director, marketing director and business owner. He spent 15 years as a middle manager before starting his own training business.
Kevin Money is Associate Professor at Henley Business School. He is the Director of the John Madejski Centre for Reputation and teaches on the MBA programme (6000 students). He is mentor and tutor in Henleys Advanced Management Programme. He is also a chartered psychologist, NLP practitioner and Director of the Positive Psychology Forum.
Rafael Gomez has previously taught Management at the London School of Economics and is currently Associate Professor in Industrial Relations and Human Resources at the University of Toronto. He has worked with both public and private sector organizations and presented his findings at 50 national and international conferences. He is a member of a number of related associations.