Be a Great Boss in the Internet Age

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Trafford Publishing, 2001 - Business & Economics - 164 pages
~Quick Decision Making
~Defining, Creating, and Sustaining A Culture
~Using Technologies Effectively
~Secrets to Empowering Others
~Increasing Communication & Mutual Respect
~Identifying & Rewarding Your Star Associates
~Getting MAD ("Make A Difference" Attitude)
~Motivating Your Associates and Yourself
~Why Ping-Pong Tables Are Not Enough

Building, fostering, and retaining a team of top performers offers a tremendous competitive advantage. Increased morale, productivity, and innovative thoughts lead to long-term prosperity for the organization and the associates who work there. Be A Great Boss shows how to achieve all of these things in the Internet Age via unique, real-world examples that apply to all lines of business.

"This book is an excellent brief for all managers in today's challenging environment. Andrew's enthusiasm, experience, and style are a terrific combination and I've seen first hand that his techniques truly motivate and endear his employees. 'Be A Great Boss' is fact based and direct -- it's great!"

-John Madigan, President/COO, Agate' Technologies Inc.

"High turnover, job hopping, burnout. Many have come to accept these as 'par for the course' in the Internet age. This book dispels those myths by showing you how to create a culture that motivates, retains and rejuvenates your staff."

-Greg Smith, Small Business Owner

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