How to Be a Motivational Manager
by Alan Fairweather
Publisher: How To Books 2008
Number of pages: 238
This book is a down-to-earth guide for managers and team leaders. It reveals how to motivate your team, get results and do it in the easiest, least stressful way possible. The author works with people and organizations in consulting, speaking and running training programs.
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by Eric Garner - BookBoon
In this book, we'll show you why the old industrial ways of managing no longer work. We'll explain the different ways you can delegate duties and responsibilities to others and why delegation can be the best thing you ever do for your staff.
by Eric Dolan, at al. - Wikibooks
Groups are everywhere; whether in our social lives, our work, or our families. Individuals decide to work collectively to achieve particular goals. This book takes a challenge-based approach, one that focuses on the how of managing a group or a team.
by MTD Training - BookBoon
Some meetings are more productive than others and it all comes down to the way that the meeting is set up and run. In this textbook we cover the main considerations and skills to make sure that the meetings that you run are outcome orientated.
by Anthony Bagshawe - BookBoon
This book is invaluable for anyone involved in running a business or managing others. It condenses the complex world of personal motivation into a straightforward model that clarifies exactly what motivates people in a way that is easy to follow.