Human Relations: Personal and Professional Development

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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Psychology - 478 pages
I Starting The Journey
1 Introduction to Human Relations
2 21st-Century Challenges
II Human Behavior
3 The Human Factor
4 Interpersonal Communication
5 Personal Issues
III Organization Behavior
6 Organizational Structures
7 Organizational Communications
8 Power, Politics, and Status
IV Human Behavior: Interaction In The Organization
9 Being Part of Groups and Teams
10 Excelling on the Job
12 Change, Conflict, and Creativity
V Making The Connections
13 Employment Practices: Getting and Keeping Employees
14 Career Success: Getting and Keeping Jobs
Glossary
Index

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Contents

Chapter
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The History of Human Relations
12
Why Study Human Relations?
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Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Dr. David A. Decenzo" is Director of Partnership Development and Professor of Management at Towson University in Baltimore, Maryland. His works include:
- "Fundamentals of Management"
- "Supervision Today"
- "Human Resource Management

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