The Boss's Survival Guide, 2E : Workplace 911 for the Toughest Problems Today's Managers Face: Workplace 911 for the Toughest Problems Today's Managers Face

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Mcgraw-hill, Dec 16, 2009 - Business & Economics - 448 pages

The bestselling guide to motivating and managing every employee—updated for the new world of business!

As a supervisor in today’s highly competitive world, you must not only get more out of each employee— you must also prove your department’s strategic impact on the organization. This popular, highly practical guide helps you make your department shine. The Boss’s Survival Guide, Second Edition, has been updated to help you manage today’s hot-button issues, such as:

  • Hiring and retaining the best talent
  • Handling layoffs and terminations
  • Using social networks such as LinkedIn and Facebook
  • Managing time and dealing with stress
  • Keeping up with the latest changes in employment law
  • Maintaining your own marketability and managing your career

Praise for the first edition of The Boss’s Survival Guide

—Tom Peters, author of In Search of Excellence

“This book has everything you’ll ever need to know about being an effective boss but don’t have time to learn.”
—Ken Blanchard, Ph.D., coauthor of The One-Minute Manager, Raving Fans, and Gung Ho

“At last, a definitive guide for bosses on the hiring, care, and feeding of employees.”
—Richard N. Bolles, author of What Color Is Your Parachute?

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About the author (2009)

Bob Rosner is a bestselling author and an award-winning journalist with 25 years’ experience consulting with Fortune 500 companies. He runs the Workplace 911 Web site and consultancy.
Allan Halcrow is a consultant and the former editor-in-chief of Workforce magazine.

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