Leadership: Essential Steps Every Manager Needs to Know

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Business & Economics - 180 pages
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This common-sense, practical book provides 10 sound ideas for improving leadership skills, managerial effectiveness, communication skills and personal relationships. It is perfect for managers who are looking to develop and empower their employees. Can be used in training departments, workshops and seminars. Uses exercises, case stories and self-tests to help readers apply the essentials of leadership and evaluate their progress. Readers can use the Leadership Strategic Model to analyze and strengthen their weak areas. For any type of business, religious organization, volunteer group or governmental agency or anyone who is looking for an excellent self-improvement guide.

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About the author (1999)

Elvin Haynes has written thirty-five articles and nine books on management, supervisory practices, retirement, and life-planning. His nine books have over a half-million copies in-print. He lives in Springdale, Arkansas. Elwood Chapman was the co-founder of Crisp Publications and the author of thirteen Crisp books the sales of which total well over a million copies.

Sharon Lund O'Neil is a widely published author. In addition to her friendly writing style and practical advice, she has a common-sense approach to problem solving. Her human-relations cases, based on the corporate work environment, are popular with both trainers and educators. As a frequent national speaker and facilitator on leadership and engaging teams, Sharon advocates the importance of "soft skills" - the human-relations skills that are so critical for building strong relationships. Sharon has been actively involved in many professional groups and has led several prominent national professional and educational organizations.

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