Empowering Employees

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McGraw-Hill, 2000 - Business & Economics - 185 pages
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Responsibility helps employees feel valuable, and "Empowering Employees" shows managers how to create an atmosphere of responsibility--benefiting the employer, the employees, and the managers themselves. Topics include what empowerment means, why it improves performance, and empowerment strategies that challenge and motivate employees.

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Kenneth L. Murrell, MBA is a professor on the faculty of Management and Management Information Systems at The University of West Florida.

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