201 Ways to Turn Any Employee Into a Star Player

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 30, 2004 - Business & Economics - 197 pages
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The only resource a manager needs to turn a problem employee into a top performer

201 Ways to Turn Any Employee into a Star Performer arms managers with the strategies they need to deal with the full range of employee problems--including tardiness, low-quality work, constant complaining, and much more. Consultant Casey Hawley's unique approach to personnel problems replaces harsh discipline with positive, goal-oriented tactics that turn failing employees into team players. This straightforward guide gives managers the tools and training to:

  • Identify problems before they become serious
  • Develop the art of constructive feedback
  • Deal with defensive reactions from employees
  • Understand which problems need to be managed and which ones don't
  • Uncover the cause of a problem and help an employee talk about it
  • Foster discussion in group conflict situations • Create goals for employee improvement
  • Follow up on employee progress

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Casey Fitts Hawley (Marietta, GA) teaches workshops on employee development and works as a consultant to companies such as BellSouth, Georgia-Pacific, and GTE.

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