The hidden agenda: recognizing what really matters at work
Demonstrates how people can become substantially more efficient managers by improving self-discipline and decision-making skills, and learning to solve unstructured problems. Presents theories from management and other social sciences as well as ideas from the arts and literature. Discusses how to deal with conflict, cope with concerns about failure, select subordinates, improve one's ability to make presentations, and in general take more complete control of one's own skills and professional development.
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