Be in Charge: A Leadership Manual: How to Stay on Top
Be in Charge: A Leadership Manual defines what "leadership" is. It includes comprehensive coverage on various types of chiefs (including both business and academic) and discusses gender differences in leadership styles. Also included are terrific tips on how to dress as a leader, budget time efficiently, gain loyalty and respect, terminate employees professionally, recruit qualified people, treat adversity in the workplace, survive and enjoy retirement, and much more.
* A Foreword by Jeffrey R. Immelt, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of GE, comments on the author's leadership expertise
* Original cartoon artwork enriches the text as well as entertains the reader
* Contains advice for women on how to break through "the glass ceiling" to become executives
* Includes information on the differences between business and academic chiefs
* Gives practical tips on how to dress as a leader, budget time efficiently, gain loyalty and respect, terminate employees professionally, recruit qualified people, treat adversity in the workplace, survive and enjoy retirement, and much more.
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CHAPTER 5 THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ACADEMIC AND BUSINESS CHIEFS
CHAPTER 6 HOW TO DRESS WHEN YOU START
CHAPTER 7 HOW TO DRESS ONCE YOU ARE ESTABLISHED
CHAPTER 8 HOW TO USE YOUR OFFICES AS A THEATER OF OPERATIONS
CHAPTER 9 HOW TO BUDGET YOUR TIME
CHAPTER 16 HOW TO RECRUIT AND PROMOTE TALENT
CHAPTER 17 HOW TO LET YOUR ASSOCIATES GO
CHAPTER 18 ENTERTAINING
CHAPTER 19 HAVING A NEW CHIEF
CHAPTER 20 RECRUITING
CHAPTER 21 PROMOTION TO THE NEXT STEP OF CHIEF
CHAPTER 22 SURVIVING AWAY FROM THE JOB
CHAPTER 23 SAYING GOODBYE
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