Human Resources

Human Resources

 
Who Smart, Geoff | Street, Randy Ballantine Books , 2008 Human Resources, Leadership

Many companies focus their energies on the what – strategies, products, and processes that drive their business. Although important, what truly determines whether or not a company will thrive is the who – the...

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Coaching For Improved Work Performance Fournies, Ferdinand F. McGraw-Hill , 2000 Human Resources, Leadership Development, Management, Productivity

Coaching is a powerful technique for motivating employees to change their behavior. In Coaching For Improved Work Performance, Ferdinand Fournies shows managers how to become skilled coaches and to face the challenges...

 
 
The 40+ Job Hunting Guide Birsner, E. Patricia Prentice Hall Press , 1989 Human Resources, Personal Growth

Satisfied employees generally begin a description of their workplace by mentioning its unique or attractive benefits. Quickly, however, their comments turn to descriptions of the atmosphere, or feel, of the work...

 
 
What To Say To Get What You Want Deep, Sam | Sussman, Lyle Addison Wesley , 1992 Communication, Human Resources, Personal Growth

Deep and Sussman present a work characterized by clarity, simplicity, and directness. However, its accessibility does not at all diminish its authoritativeness or its value to the professional at the highest level....

 
 
From Baby Boom to Baby Bust Greller, Martin M. | Nee, David M. Addison-Wesley , 1989 Human Resources

At the end of World War II, America saw the birth rate soar to unprecedented numbers, and then, in the early '60s, "suddenly" plummet. Because of this boom/bust cycle, American business will be left stranded. Corporate...

 
 
Managers Caught in the Crunch Jenks, James M. | Zevnik, Brian L. P. Franklin Watts , 1989 Human Resources, Management, Personal Growth

Prior to 1982, the position of most middle managers was very secure and nearly sacrosanct. Since then, however, thousands of managers have been dismissed. In fact, middle management seems targeted for termination and...

 
 
A Great Place to Work. Levering, Robert Random House , 1989 Human Resources, Personal Growth

Satisfied employees generally begin a description of their workplace by mentioning its unique or attractive benefits. Quickly, however, their comments turn to descriptions of the atmosphere, or feel, of the work...

 
 
Harassed McCann, Nancy Dodd1 | McGinn, Thomas A.2,3,4 Business One/Irwin , 1992 Diversity, Human Resources, Personal Growth

Harassed stands as an effective first step in changing the attitudes of both men and women that lead to widespread sex discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace. The book has several...

 
 
How To Stay Cool, Calm & Collected When the Pressure's On Newman, John E. AMACOM , 1992 Human Resources, Personal Growth

The American Institute of Stress reports that 66 percent of all visits to primary care physicians are stress-related. Whether we recognize it or not, most of us have an automatic this-is-how-I-deal-with-problems...

 
 
Alternative Staffing Strategies Nye, David Facts on File Publications , 1989 Human Resources

Alternative staffing strategies are defined as employer-employee relationships that depart from traditional, full-time, long-term, in-house employment arrangements. While alternative methods are not new, they are...

 
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