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FrontLine Guide to Management Style

FrontLine Guide to Management Style by Dr. Woody Sears
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A how-to guide to changing your patterns and optimizing your effectiveness

Front Line Guide to Creating a Winning Management Style

By Woodrow Sears

You need – and want – to change your management style. So, how do you get started? With Front Line Guide to Creating a Winning Management Style – it puts the power to become the kind of exemplary leader you want to be in your hands.

This book will reassure you that creating a winning management style is well within your capability. It presents the concept of “management style” as a set of attributes you can identify, observe and replicate. You'll learn how to blend your personal beliefs and values with social behaviors modified by what you know in your gut is the right thing to do.

In 13 chapters, the book describes how you can change your current set of patterned behaviors so you can become not less predictable, but more consistent. You'll learn specific steps you can use to:

  • Overcome worker resistance
  • Give fast and targeted feedback
  • Become more accessible to others
  • Treat employees like adults
  • Build self-esteem and self-respect in every conversation with employees
  • Redefine roles and responsibilities so every employee can succeed

The author draws on research involving thousands of managers in some of America's leading professional, commercial, industrial and military organizations. The specific behaviors he identifies can and do lead to managerial excellence. And this hands-on guide will show you exactly how to acquire them.

Code FLGMS/ Price 14.95/ 128 pp

HRD Press; January 2007
128 pages; ISBN 9781599964119
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Title: FrontLine Guide to Management Style
Author: Dr. Woody Sears
 
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1599964112
9780874259377
9781599964119