6 Habits of Highly Effective Bosses

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Career Press, 2005 - Business & Economics - 222 pages
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In The 6 Habits of Highly Effective Bosses, co-authors Stephen E. Kohn and Vincent D. O?Connell present an easy-to-read, sensibly presented review of six indispensable human relations practices used by the bosses everyone admires ? and likes to work for ? the most. With a combined fifty years of experience helping companies resolve ?people problems? in the workplace, management coaches and leadership trainers Kohn and O?Connell guide managers through a sensible, incremental model of supervisory ?people skills? development.
 

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Contents

The Real People Strategy
19
Warning Signs of People Management Problems
37
The 6 Habits of Highly Effective Bosses
47
Habit 1 Expanding SelfAwareness
53
Habit 2 Practicing Empathy
87
Habit 3 Following Golden Rule Principles
115
Habit 4 Maintaining Proper Boundaries
131
Habit 5 Criticizing Artfully
155
Habit 6 Flexing to Different People Styles
177
Youve Reached the EndAnd Perhaps a Beginning
201
Notes
203
Glossary
209
Index
215
About the Authors
221
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Stephen E. Kohn is president of Work & People Solutions, a human resources management and training firm based in White Plains, New York. Kohn has more than 25 years of experience and has served for more than a decade as EVP of coaching firm Paul Sherman and Associates. His corporate clients range from large Fortune 500 firms such as Dupont and Pfizer to professional services firms such as Ernst & Young.

Vincent D. O'Connell is a senior partner with Work & People Solutions, leading the consulting firm's training and assessment efforts. He has led training courses nationwide and around the world, including recent programs in France and Malaysia.

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