Managing the New Careerists
Examines 5 career orientations of employees to increase productivity, minimize politics and reduce employee turnover. This book illustrates that the widely held assumption that people have the same career goal is not true. The book identifies 5 distinct career orientations among today's employees: getting ahead, getting secure, getting free, getting high and getting balanced and spells out exactly how to effectively manage each type of employee to provide the most value to the organization.
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New Challenges for Managers
Assessing Career Options and Constraints
The Politics of Managing Careers
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