Management of Organizational Behavior: Leading Human Resources

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008 - Business & Economics - 334 pages
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Ch. 1. Management : an applied behavioral sciences approach -- Ch. 2. Motivation and behavior -- Ch. 3. Motivating -- Ch. 4. Leadership : an initial perspective -- Ch. 5. Leadership : situational approaches -- Ch. 6. Determining effectiveness -- Ch. 7. Situational leadership -- Ch. 8. Situational leadership, perception, and the impact of power -- Ch. 9. Situational leadership : training and development -- Ch. 10. situational leader and constructive discipline -- Ch. 11. Building effective relationships -- Ch. 12. Effective communication -- Ch. 13. Leading effective teams -- Ch. 14. Implementing situational leadership : managing people to perform -- Ch. 15. Implementing situational leadership : building commitments -- Ch. 16. Synthesizing management theory : integrating situational leadership with the classics.

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Ken Blanchard is the Chief Spiritual Officer of the Ken Blanchard Companies. He is the coauthor of "The One Minute Manager", "Raving Fans" and many other international bestsellers. His books have combined sales of more than eighteen million copies in more than twenty-seven languages.

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