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Management Skills for Everyday Life

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3rd
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9780136109662

ISBN10:
0136109667
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
3/23/2011
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall
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Summary

Written in a very straight-forward and practical, yet research-based, style that users, regardless of their age/gender/nationality/race/etc. find engaging because it focuses on their personal need to enhance their effectiveness, career potential (e.g., salaries, promotions, job choice and flexibility), and general well-being (the book takes work/life issues seriously). The book begins by summarizing the research that focuses on what characteristics predict managerial and professional success and which characteristics predict failure. The subsequent chapters then present each of the characteristics that predict success in more detail, as well as tools and techniques for enhancing readers' personal and professional success. For beginning to mid-level executives.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1         What Predicts Success?  

CHAPTER 2         Developing Self-Awareness  

CHAPTER 3         Building Trust   

CHAPTER 4         Communicating Effectively   

CHAPTER 5         Gaining and Using Sustainable, Ethical Power and Influence 

CHAPTER 6         Managing Relationships with Your Direct Reports, Bosses, and Peers   

CHAPTER 7         Managing Cultural Diversity    

CHAPTER 8         Creating High-Performing Teams  

CHAPTER 9         Diverse Teams and Virtual Teams: Managing Differences and Distances

CHAPTER 10       Crafting a Life: Your Guide to the Good Life



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