Developing Management Skills: What Great Managers Know and Do

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McGraw-Hill/Irwin, Mar 12, 2007 - Business & Economics - 448 pages
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Management Skills by Baldwin/Bommer/Rubin distinguishes itself by exclusively focusing on teaching relevant skills, its learner-centered writing and its evidence-based foundation. This text's problem-based approach draws students in with several fundamental and specific questions or challenges in the Manage What? feature opening every chapter. The learner-centered writing style and the focus on the actual skills that matter to career success as well as the chapter ending Tool Kits make this text a keeper.

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User Review  - Sapiens1 - LibraryThing

I think this is a fine, short, sweet and comprehensive primer for anyone who aspires to or who falls in to a management job. Management is difficult, that is, if you want to be a "great manager." Most ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction The Importance and Challenge of Learning
1
PART ONE Personal Skills
7
Making a Personal Improvement
8
Copyright

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Timothy N. Baldwin graduated from the University of West Florida in 2001 with a bachelor of arts degree. He went on to attend Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, where he received his juris doctor degree in 2004. After becoming licensed to practice law in Florida, Baldwin became a Florida state prosecutor under former state attorney Curtis Golden and current state attorney William Bill Eddins. In 2006, Baldwin started his own law practice in Pensacola, Florida, where he now specializes in property management representation. Like his father, Chuck Baldwin (who was the presidential candidate for the Constitution Party in 2008), Tim believes strongly in the principles that founded America, and he believes that to secure freedom for his posterity, there needs to be a resurrection and revival of the spirit of freedom in America.

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