The Seven Deadly Skills of Management

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Cengage Learning EMEA, 1999 - Business & Economics - 135 pages
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The Seven Deadly Skills of Management is directed at people starting up or already involved in management, from first time managers to middle managers. An essential tool for the business person who wants to further their career, this text examines the seven core skills which all managers have to use including selection skills, discipline and appraisal, chairing meetings and negotiating. The book is full of examples and tips, as well as step by step guidance on how to implement the ideas examined by the author. It provides an excellent grounding for anybody who wants to grasp the key issues in management. The Seven Deadly Skills of Management is directed at people starting up or already involved in management, from first time managers to middle managers. An essential tool for the business person who wants to further their career, this text examines the seven core skills which all managers have to use including selection skills, discipline and appraisal, chairing meetings and negotiating. The book is full of examples and tips, as well as step by step guidance on how to implement the ideas examined by the author. It provides an excellent grounding for anybody who wants to grasp the key issues in management.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
T Negotiating
67
J Giving a Presentation
101
J Basic Financial Skills
119
Index
133
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About the author (1999)

Ros Jay is a Freelance Writer and Editor who specializes in writing business books in a clear, practical and jargon-free style. Her other books include Profitable Direct Marketing (also in this series), How to Write Proposals and Reports That Get Results (Pitman) and Successful Marketing Plans in a Week (Hodder and Stoughton).

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