Sacked!: why good people get fired and how to avoid it
Helps every manager and professional understand and deal with a pervasive business reality most of us regard as inconceivable--until it happens. Explains the situations most apt to lead a manager down a collision course with superiors and shows why managers who get fired almost never recognize the danger they're in until it's too late. Sacked! shows how to anticipate trouble and take positive steps to solve the problem--whether it's a personality clash, conflicting strategies or ideals, or differing views of the manager's role. Gives managers 16 steps for taking control of their work and work relationships and a special chapter on creative solutions and alternatives to firing good talent.
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