Getting Things Done when You are Not in Charge

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Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Jan 1, 1992 - Business & Economics - 278 pages
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A practical, easy-to-read guidebook on how to lead change from the middle of an organization and, in the process, how to discover new meaning in your work. --Earle A. Goode, President, GTE North, Inc.When you are a trainer, consultant, or manager, you are often not in charge. Your job supports the decisions and goals of others. Discover the many ways you can get things done and accomplish your own goals while supporting others2 work. This book shows you how to successfully bring about change without the advantage of formal power. Individuals in an organization are typically much more powerful than they realize. Discover your own power, or help others to discover theirs, and increase work contribution and personal satisfaction. You2ll learn to: Empower yourself and others Direct change in the organization Take risks wisely, set priorities, and get results Discover greater meaning and fulfillment in your work

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Getting Things Done When You Are Not in Charge: How to Succeed from a Support Position

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Written for support professionals working in large organizations, this book provides practical suggestions for initiating change within the corporation. These suggestions are grounded in a model for ... Read full review


Leading When You Are Not in
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Bellman worked in major corporations for 14 years before starting his own consulting business, focused on renewing large corporations,in 1977.

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