Truth, Trust, and the Bottom Line: Seven Steps to Trust Based Management.

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Dearborn Trade, Jan 12, 2001 - Business & Economics - 215 pages
A trust based culture is the proven way to bring out the best in employees.

The most successful organizations are those that are able to attract, develop, and retain talented people people that require developmental opportunities, coaching, and feedback.

"Truth, Trust, and the Bottom Line" offers managers, executives, coaches, trainers, team leaders, and human resources professionals new strategies for turning organizations around and regaining market share by moving to a coaching style of management, or improving the processes that are already in place.

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About the author (2001)

Diane Tracy has more than 20 years’ experience as an internationally recognized author, speaker, and coach to executives in Fortune 500 companies and beyond. She has appeared on more than 150 radio and television talk shows and is a popular speaker to audiences worldwide on the subjects of leadership, management, creativity, change, and empowerment.

Janice Reals Ellig is a managing director and partner at the executive search firm of Gould, McCoy & Chadick. A specialist in organizational change, succession planning, and management development, Reals Ellig was previously with Heidrick & Struggles and held executive-level marketing and human resources positions at Ambac Financial Group, Citibank, and Pfizer. Quoted in "Fortune," "Mademoiselle," "Working Woman," and "Newsday," she is a regular speaker on career management and serves on several not-for-profit boards.

William J. Morin is the founder of WJM Associates, a management consulting firm specializing in executive development. Morin was chairman and founder of Drake, Beam & Morin, a world leader of career management. The author of numerous books, he has also written for publications including "The Wall Street Journal "and "The New York Times," and has appeared on "Good Morning America," "Today," "ABC Nightly News," "Jim Lehrer's Newshour," and CNN's "Pinnacle.

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