Naked Management: Bare Essentials For Motivating The X-Generation At Work

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CRC Press, Apr 23, 1996 - Business & Economics - 152 pages
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With highly negative stereotypes circulating about "X'ers," all managers have a clear and justifiable prerogative for reading Naked Management if they want to successfully navigate through what has been dubbed the "X-Crisis." Learn how to overcome worker apathy and management resentment.
Naked Management is the first book to provide honest, practical guidelines for managers who need to deal with motivating the "X-Generation" and creating a positive impact on morale and productivity while putting a halt to turnover. Learn the critical tools both managers and younger employees need to put to use in order to create and maintain a successful workplace environment. Through a wide variety of exercises, management and employees alike have opportunities to explore feelings, evaluate performance and management techniques, define personal identity, and complete checklists on such topics as responsibility and management values.
Let actual case examples demonstrate how the NAKED model impacts the work life of managers and X'ers in such organizations as PepsiCo, Ritz-Carlton hotels, NationsBank, Kinko's, Tulane University, Jiffy Lube, and United Airlines.
 

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Contents

Getting Naked
13
JJecessary Freedom
25
Active Involvement
41
Key Recognition
59
Empathy
75
Direct Communication
91
Naked Proof
107
Recommended Reading
123
Naked Management Seminars Workshops
129
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