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Bring Out the Best in Every Employee How to Engage Your Whole Team by Making Every Leadership Moment Count von Brown, Don (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 19.10.2012
  • Verlag: McGraw-Hill Professional
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Bring Out the Best in Every Employee

Elevate Capacity AND Drive Growth Now--Without Adding Headcount Management",As leaders, we like to think we control everything, and it's just not true--externals now drive the business. Learn to let go, learn to bring out the best in every employee!", -- Jim Farley, Group VP Global Marketing, Sales & Service, Ford Motor Company",One of the things we'll look back on 30 years from now is that this no-normal world has forced a higher quality of leadership than any other era in history. Bring Out the Best in Every Employee is the ultimate leader's handbook to that higher ground!" -- Howard Morgan, Managing Director, The Leadership Research Institute",One Fortune organization once reported that it interviewed one million people annually, that it hired 125,000 of them--and that their net productivity gain was only 15,000 employees! This paradox demonstrates the imperative of learning how to bring out the best in every employee you have.", -- C.D. ",Hoop", Morgan III, founder and Chairman, The Fort Institute",The productivity of our workforce has to rise with the times. This book is the leader's guide to starting that process, and to stopping the self-imposed barriers of the ego.", -- Chuck Sykes, President and CEO , Sykes Enterprises",Bring Out the Best in Every Employee shows you how to expand your team's capacity--without adding a single headcount!", -- Tim Srock, VP Human Resources, McLaren Regional Medical Center

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    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Erscheinungsdatum: 19.10.2012
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9780071787147
    Verlag: McGraw-Hill Professional
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