Manager's Script Book

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Prentice Hall, 1990 - Communication in personnel management - 322 pages
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The Manager's Script Book tells you just what to say in any kind of face-to-face discussion with an employee or fellow manager-whether our purpose is to prod, praise, persuade or reprimand. Covering virtually every human relation problem you are likely to encounter in business and industry, it provides you with tested word-for-word scripts designed to motivate your people to perform to your highest expectations.

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Contents

WORK PERFORMANCE
1
COSTS AND PRODUCTIVITY
13
What to say to an employee whose
21
Copyright

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Brian L. Weiss, M.D., is America's leading authority on past-life regression therapy. A graduate of Columbia University and Yale School of Medicine, he is the author of multiple books, including the New York Times bestseller Many Lives, Many Masters. Website: www.brianweiss.com

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