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The Manager's Guide to Discipline

by Derek Eccleston & Kate Goschen

For most managers, let alone the employees involved, the disciplinary process can be painful and embarrassing. Poor performance tends to be confused with misconduct and consequently carries the stigma of punishment;...


Gower Handbook of Leadership and Management Development

by Jeff Gold, Richard Thorpe & Alan Mumford

The fifth edition of the Handbook explores the role and value of leadership and management development and provides tools, techniques and authoritative guidance on how to deliver it effectively. The contributors,...


Coaching

by James Flaherty

Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others is an insightful, thought-provoking guide that dissects the art and science of coaching.

Beginning with theories, concepts and models, the book moves on to consider rigorous...


Managing Hispanic and Latino Employees: A Guide to Hiring, Training, Motivating, Supervising, and Supporting the Fastest Growing Workforce Group

by Louis Nevaer

The first book on supporting and developing Hispanic employees in any organization Identifies three overarching concepts that shape Hispanic culture and explores how they influence workplace behavior and expectations...


Warren Buffett on Business: Principles from the Sage of Omaha

by Richard J. Connors

The proven business principles of Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett is one of the most admired and prolific investors and managers in corporate America. Warren Buffett on Business is a timeless guide to strategies...


Reliability Assessment: A Guide to Aligning Expectations, Practices, and Performance

by Daniel Daley

Addressing the elements of reliability using a new and creative approach for the first time in one source, this book is intended to simplify the assessment of reliability by first identifying the current expectations...


Managing a Nonprofit Organization in the Twenty-First Century

by Thomas Wolf

Since this classic work was originally published in 1984, there have been major shifts in the nonprofit world -- the growth of more profit-oriented ventures, the overhaul of accounting rules, new partnerships,...


Managing a Nonprofit Organization in the Twenty-First Century

by Thomas Wolf

Since this classic work was originally published in 1984, there have been major shifts in the nonprofit world -- the growth of more profit-oriented ventures, the overhaul of accounting rules, new partnerships,...


White Space Revisited: Creating Value through Process

by Geary A. Rummler, Alan Ramias & Richard A. Rummler

When Improving Performance: Managing the White Space on the Organization Chart was published in 1990, it was lauded as the book that launched the Process Improvement revolution. This was the book that first...


The Most Successful Small Business in The World: The Ten Principles

by Michael Gerber

A unique guide for the crucial start-up phase of a business

So much attention goes to business practice and operation, yet the majority of ventures still fail. One area often overlooked is preparation. Too few...


Managing Smart

by M.D., MBA, Lynne D. Milgram, Ph.D., M.D., Alan D. D. Spector & Matt Treger

'Managing Smart' examines the challenges facing today's management and provides fast, practical answers for solving common workplace situations. It presents step-by-step instructions for mastering more than...


The New Knowledge Management

by Mark W. W. McElroy

'The New Knowledge Management' is the story of the birth of "second-generation knowledge management," told from the perspective of one its chief architects, Mark W. McElroy. Unlike its first-generation cousin,...


Strategies for Cultural Change

by S. Paul Paul Bate

Paul Bate makes sense of a huge range of issues which must be considered in the struggle for change. He has developed a framework that will help students, researchers and practitioners alike to focus on a variety...


Warren Buffett's Management Secrets: Proven Tools for Personal and Business Success

by Mary Buffett & David Clark

Even in today's economic climate, when so many investors and major companies are failing, Warren Buffett continues to be successful in all aspects of his life. Mary Buffett and David Clark have written the first...


Broke: What Every American Business Must Do to Restore Our Financial Stability and Protect Our Future

by John Mumford

What principled business leaders can do to solve America's current financial crisis

Broke is a startling wake-up call for America and an honest accounting of what our future holds if we don't take charge and...


Managing Brand Equity

by David A. Aaker

The most important assets of any business are intangible: its company name, brands, symbols, and slogans, and their underlying associations, perceived quality, name awareness, customer base, and proprietary...


Perfect Phrases for Communicating Change

by Lawrence Polsky & Antoine Gerschel

THE RIGHT PHRASE FOR EVERY SITUATION . . . EVERY TIME

Employees respond to organizational change with worry, fear, and sometimes even panic. Your job is to keep them motivated and focused-so you must choose...


Survival Is Not Enough

by Seth Godin

You can't embrace change any faster...can't make time for the synergy training workshop...can't deal with one more change management seminar. So stop changing. Evolve.

Evolution can be unleashed in your organization,...


It's Okay to Be the Boss: Participant Workbook

by Bruce Tulgan

A companion to the dynamic It's Okay to Be the Boss: The Management Workshop, this Participant Workbook is a hands-on resource that will help you learn how to overcome the common obstacles to becoming an engaged...


How to Relax Without Getting the Axe: A Survival Guide to the New Workplace

by Stanley Bing

If business is a hamster wheel, what kind of hamster do you want to be? The one who runs all day long, huffing and puffing to keep things turning? Or the sleek and happy rodent who works in the corner office...